Lays foundation stone of Media Academy: Jam Kamal claims to reinstate good governance to a great extent in Balochistan

The Chief Minister, Jam Kamal Khan has claimed to have restored good governance in the province to a great extent.

“We have succeeded in restoring the good governance to a great extent in Balochistan”, maintained the Chief Minister while speaking to the media persons soon after he laid foundation of the Media Academy in the premises of Metropolitan Corporation’s premises on Thursday. The Media Academy has been named after the late veteran journalist, Lala Siddiq Baloch, who died in February last year.

The Chief Minister was flanked by the Provincial Minister Finance, Zahoor Ahmed Buledi, Provincial Minister Home, Mir Ziaullah Langove, Minister Health, Mir Naseebullah Marri, Advisor to Chief Minister for Youth Affairs, Sports, Abdul Khaliq Hazara, parliamentary secretaries Ms. Bushra Rind and Mobin Khan Khilji, MPA Qadir Nayal and others.

Present on the occasion were the President Quetta Press Club, Razaur Rehman as well as other office bearers of the Press Club and senior media persons.

The Chief Minister on the occasion said that it is our endeavour to bring the province in national mainstream. We also want that all the decisions concerning Balochistan are made right in the province. He said that the political parties of the province would only bring any political change. He asserted that we would not become part of any deal at all.

The Chief Minister also made it clear that the agreements would not be made for some interests like the past. It is our right to have complete authority on our resources, adding he pledged.

He said that there is a very important role of Balochistan in overall economic development of the country.

Referring the affairs with Awami National Party (ANP), the Chief Minister said that ANP is our coalition partner in the provincial government and it is with us at the provincial level, however, he can’t speak about its (ANP) stance at the federal level.

He said that one can gauge the circumstances of the province from the fact that the world No. 2 squash player is playing in Quetta as he referred to the Balochistan International Squash League the second edition of which started on Thursday in the metropolis.

He said that such a conducive environment is being developed that the people of other provinces may also come in Balochistan.

Regarding development process in the province, Chief Minister went on to mention that tenders of the works of some 65 percent of the Provincial level Public Sector Development Programme (PSDP) have been released.

Similarly, he said that the CCTV cameras are being installed in various areas under the Safe City Project.

He also announced that Gwadar would become the first smart city of the province soon.