Oppositions emotional speeches cannot hide Govt performance: Balochistan Ministers

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Oppositions emotional speeches cannot hide Govt performance: Balochistan Ministers

News Desk, Farman Shah :

QUETTA: Balochistan ministers on Tuesday lashed out at opposition benches for what they call stormy speeches against the present government. “Through emotional speeches, opposition cannot hide our performance”, Zahoor Buledi, the Balochistan finance minister told a crowded press conference at Quetta Press Club. Home Minister Balochistan, Mir Ziaullah Langove, Saleem Ahmed Khosa, minister revenue, parliamentary secretary on information, Bushra Rind, Khaliq Hazara and others were also present on the occasion.

Ministers defend policies of CM Jam Kamal Khan 

The provincial ministers defended the policies of the Jam Kamal Khan-led government and vowed to keep continue what they call their struggle for the development and prosperity of Balochistan.  The ministers informed that last year the provincial government got development schemes worth Rs. 162 billion approved from Islamabad.

“Development schemes would improve socio-economic indicators of the province”, Mir Ziaullah Langove said. In response to a question, Mr. Langove said that action would be taken against the elements distributing threatening pamphlets in Balochistan’s Wadh area. “None would be allowed to terrorize the people”, he said.

The present government launched development projects: Bushra Rind 

Parliamentary secretary on information, Bushra Rind stated that the present government has launched a number of development projects to bring the province at par with other developed parts of the country. She said the government under the leadership of Jam Kamal Khan was determined to make sure provision of basic facilities to the masses. “Universal health cards would be issued to the people of Balochistan to provide them free medical treatment”, Bushra Rind stated.

When asked about the lapse of Rs. 40bs, Mr. Buledi said the amount was surrendered to the government treasury and it did not lapse. “We want to ensure transparency in development funds”, Mr. Buledi added.

80 percent of work on cancer hospital completed

Yet to another question, the parliamentary secretary on information, Bushra Rind informed that 80 percent of work on the construction of a cancer hospital in Quetta was completed. “This would help patients to get quality medical treatment”, she stated.

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