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“Nothing secret about Reko Diq Project”, CM Balochistan

Manan Mandokhail :

QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo on Tuesday reiterated that no compromise would be made on the rights of the people of Balochistan. “Nothing secret about the Reko Diq Project”, he told reporters after the inaugural of parking plaza in the heart of Quetta city.

CM Balochistan’s comments have come after the provincial assembly’s in-camera session about the multi-billion dollar gold and copper project. “All lawmakers of Balochistan briefed about the Reko Diq project”, Mr. Bizenjo said when asked by a reporter about the in-camera session.

“We are sons of the soil, Balochistan’s share would not be decreased”

“We are sons of the soil, Balochistan’s share would not be decreased”, the Chief Minister said when asked about the reservations and apprehensions of some politicians in this regard. CM Bizenjo also spent 10hours in the Balochistan Assembly during the in-camera session.

Regarding a question about the doctors’ strike, Mir Quddus Bizenjo said the government had taken all possible measures to address the issues of the doctors’ community. Balochistan government cannot afford the demand of the doctors, which has huge financial impacts, he added.

The CM earlier inaugurated a parking plaza located in Quetta’s Circular Road. The parking has the capacity of parking of over 600 vehicles, the CM was informed. Provincial ministers and other high-ups were also present on the occasion.

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