"No injustice with people of Balochistan in Reko Diq", CM Bizenjo assures
Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo talking to reporters in Dalbandin: Photo grabbed from DGPR video

“No injustice with people of Balochistan in Reko Diq”, CM Bizenjo assures

Riaz Baloch :

DALBANDIN: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo on Monday reiterated that the interests of the people of the province would be preserved in the multi-billion dollar project. “No injustice with people of Balochistan in Reko Diq Project”, Mr. Bizenjo told reporters.

CM’s comments have come after Baloch nationalist parties have expressed reservations and apprehensions about the proposed agreement about the Reko Diq located in Balochistan’s district Chaghi. The government had also arranged an in-camera session for the lawmakers in Balochistan Assembly regarding the proposed agreement.

 “It is very easy to politicize the matter but difficult to guard the interests of people”, CM Balochistan

“It is very easy to politicize the matter but difficult to guard the interests of people”, CM Balochistan mentioned. He said the present government has taken all stakeholders on board regarding the multi-billion dollar project.

In response to a question, Mir Qudduz Bizenjo announced that the details about facts and figures about the project would be presented before the people of Balochistan within the next few days.

“We don’t want to hide anything”, he reiterated.

CM Bizenjo stated that all unnecessary check posts and speed breakers were removed across Balochistan to address the grievances of the masses. “We believe in practice rather than lip service”, he said.

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