Grievances of masses of Gwadar to be addressed: CS Balochistan
Chief Secretary Balochistan, Mathar Niaz Rana interacting with students of Jewni high school Gwadar: Photo provided by DGPR

Grievances of masses of Gwadar to be addressed: CS Balochistan

Behram Baloch :

GWADAR: Chief Secretary Balochistan, Mathar Niaz Rana on Wednesday said that the grievances of the masses of Gwadar would be addressed on a priority basis. The CS reached the country’s port city on a two-day visit to review development projects and meet people.

“Government employees should serve the masses”, the CS told officials at an open kachery at tehsil Jewni of Gwadar. People belonging to various walks of life raised various issues before the top civilian officer of the province. “No negligence in addressing the issues of the common man would be tolerated”, Mathar Niaz Rana said.

Commissioner Mekran Division, Irfan Shah Gharsheen, Deputy Commissioner Gwadar, Major (R) Kabeer Zarkoon were also present on the occasion.

CS visits government high school Jewni

Mathar Niaz Rana paid a visit to government high school Jewni and met teachers and students. The teachers apprised CS Balochistan about their problems. Mr. Rana assured that the government would take all possible steps to solve the problems of teachers.

The CS and other officials also visited the 250 km-long borders at Gabad with neighboring Iran and reviewed the proposed land for the market construction. Speaking on the occasion, he said the market at Gabad would open new vistas of development and prosperity in the region.

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