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Govt providing jobs to 30000 youth in Balochistan: Jam Kamal

Staff Reporter :

Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan on Thursday said the government was providing jobs to 30,000 youth in various departments to improve governance and overcome the issue of unemployment and poverty.

He revealed this while addressing a public gathering in the Kharan district of Balochistan. Leaders of the ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP), MPA Danesh Kumar, Mir Karim Nowsherwani, and others also addressed the gathering.

“Government already provided 18,000 jobs to youth”, Jam KamalĀ 

“We have already provided 18,000 jobs during 2 and half years”, Jam Kamal said. He said 12,000 jobs would be provided to youth in different departments in the remaining time. “These all were old vacancies”, the CM added.

Chief Minister said various government departments have advertised vacancies to recruit youth on the basis of merit.

Government providing equal funds to all districts

He said the present government has decided to grant equal funds to all districts of the province. “We never discriminate between opposition and treasury members when it comes to development schemes”, Jam Kamal stated.

He cited an example of the Pishin and Quetta districts and said all the members were from the opposition, even then, the government allocated substantial development funds. Jam Kamal Khan stated that over 9,000 teachers recruited through testing service to improve the quality of education in the province.

CM mentioned improving education, health and other key sectors were the main priority of the government. “The best ideology to address the issues of the people”, Jam Kamal added. He urged the people to vote for the candidates committed to addressing your issues.

Guruk Dam Project InauguratedĀ 

Earlier, the CM inaugurated the Guruk dam project in the Kharan district of Balochistan. The dam is considered the third biggest water catchment area in the province. The federal government has been funding the construction of a project located almost 37km from Kharan.

The estimated cost of the project is over Rs. 10 billion. During the briefing, the officials of the irrigation department informed the CM that the project would be completed by 2023.

The CM also visited Noshki and inaugurated a number of development projects.

Govt providing jobs to 30000 youth in Balochistan: Jam Kamal

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