Meeting reviews establishment of markets at Pak-Iran, Afghan borders
Special Economic Zone Authority held its seventh meeting
QUETTA: A meeting of Special Economic Zones Authority reviewed pace of work regarding establishment of 13 markets at Pak-Iran and Afghan borders on Monday evening. Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan chaired the meeting, which reviewed progress regarding economic zones in Balochistan as well.
Secretary Industries Balochistan, Ghullam Ali Baloch thoroughly briefed the participants of the meeting regarding the initiatives taken by the government in this regard. The meeting decided to provide communication, power supply, water and necessities to the economic zones at borders with the support of federal government. The meeting was told that 70 industrial zones were active in in Quetta at Eastern Bypass and a plan was prepared for provision of more supplies to the zones.
The Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan mentioned that his government was determined to improve governance in the province and for this purpose the government was ready to make hard decision as well. The meeting approved Rs. 4 crore 70 lakh’s grant in aid for the authority. Building laws for industrial zones at Hub and Bostan were also approved. The meeting made important decisions regarding economic zones in the province and the proposed establishment of markets at borders.