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The Balochistan government created 6,840 vacancies in various departments during the budget for the financial year 2020-21. This was announced by Zahoor Buledi, the Finance Minister Balochistan in his budget speech on Saturday evening.

Mr. Buledi informed that 1,266 vacancies have been created in health sector and in addition to this, 468 vacancies have been created in medical education to improve the education sector and battle the COVID 19 in an effective way.

The budget for the health sector has been increased by 32 percent from Rs. 23 billion to 32 billion rupees to improve the health sector, Mr. Buledi informed. The Finance Minister thus informed that 1,486 vacancies have been created in the education sector to improve the quality of education and provide education to masses of the province.

He said the posts would be filled through Balochistan Public Service Commission and testing service to make sure merit in the appointment process.

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