Corps Commander Balochistan visits Gwadar reviews CPEC security

News Desk:

Corps Commander Balochistan Lieutenant General Asif Ghafoor visited Gwader and reviewed the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) security and other development projects at the national level. 

General Officer Commanding (GOC), Major General Inayat Hussain briefed the Corps Commander about various welfare projects of the Pakistan Army i.e CPEC security,  Gwadar, and the coastal belt for the welfare of the local people. The Corps Commander appreciated the coordination of all stakeholders and the performance of the Special Security Division for lasting peace and prosperity in the region.

DG GDA briefes the Commander

Director General Gwadar Development Authority (GDA), Mujibur Rehman Qambrani gave a detailed briefing about the progress on various development projects going on in Gwadar in a meeting with the Corps Commander. On this occasion, the Corps Commander said that Gwadar Development Authority is playing an important and effective role in making Gwadar Smart City.

“CPEC and other development projects will open new avenues of development for the youth of Balochistan in general and Makran Division in particular”, Lt. General Asif Ghafoor said.

Emphasizing the importance of educational opportunities for the youth and public health sector, the Corps Commander also issued instructions to complete the ongoing development projects in Gwadar, including clean drinking water supply projects.

Lt. General Asif Ghafoor held a meeting with the civil administration

Corps Commander Balochistan also held a detailed meeting with officials of civil administration and other institutions during the visit. On this occasion, the Corps Commander reiterated the determination of a peaceful Pakistan and a prosperous Balochistan.

“The people of Balochistan have always played an important role in the development and prosperity of Pakistan”, the Corps Commander stated. Pakistan Army will continue to provide full support to other state institutions and civil administration for the welfare of backward areas of Balochistan.

Corps Commander Balochistan also conducted an aerial survey of New Gwadar International Airport and East Bay Expressway. The concerned authorities gave a detailed briefing to the Corps Commander on the under-construction Gwadar International Airport and related ongoing projects.

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