Balochistan to become Pakistan’s tiger: PM Nawaz

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Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif vowed to make Pakistan the tiger of Asia and Balochistan that of the country while addressing an assemblage in Gawadar on Thursday.

He stressed on the developmental progress of Gwadar given the once prevailing clouds of terror on Balochistan. He declared this era of development owing to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a game-changer not only for the province but for the whole country.

He declared infrastructural development, including that of smooth-road network, to be indispensable for the region’s progress and shared his plans to connect the city with China through CPEC.

He was highly critical of previous governments for allegedly neglecting Gwadar and announced to establish state-of-the-art Gwadar University and 300-bedded hospital along with granting Rs1 billion for development of roads and sewage system in Gwadar.

“Gwadar is soon going to experience a new dawn of development and will become the country’s unique small district, having all basic amenities similar to big cities,” he said. “It is my aim to improve the living standards of the people of Gwadar.”

The PM arrived on a two-day visit to Gwadar from Pasni on Wednesday during which he was briefed by Director General Gwadar Development Authority regarding the progress of ongoing developmental projects.

He inspected the road network up to Gwadar and took an aerial view of the city that revealed the miserable condition of the present infrastructural facilities.

Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif vowed to make Pakistan the tiger of Asia and Balochistan that of the country while addressing an assemblage in Gawadar on Thursday.

He stressed on the developmental progress of Gwadar given the once prevailing clouds of terror on Balochistan. He declared this era of development owing to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) a game-changer not only for the province but for the whole country.

He declared infrastructural development, including that of smooth-road network, to be indispensable for the region’s progress and shared his plans to connect the city with China through CPEC.

He was highly critical of previous governments for allegedly neglecting Gwadar and announced to establish state-of-the-art Gwadar University and 300-bedded hospital along with granting Rs1 billion for development of roads and sewage system in Gwadar.

“Gwadar is soon going to experience a new dawn of development and will become the country’s unique small district, having all basic amenities similar to big cities,” he said. “It is my aim to improve the living standards of the people of Gwadar.”

The PM arrived on a two-day visit to Gwadar from Pasni on Wednesday during which he was briefed by Director General Gwadar Development Authority regarding the progress of ongoing developmental projects.

He inspected the road network up to Gwadar and took an aerial view of the city that revealed the miserable condition of the present infrastructural facilities.

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