Staff Reporter :


Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo on Sunday dispelled the impression about the merger of ruling Balochistan Awami Party (BAP). “Neither BAP will be abolished nor merged with any political party”, CM Bizenjo told reporters.

This statement on behalf of CM Balochistan has come a few days after the latter’s meeting with Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) supermo Asif Ali Zardari. The CM called on the Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani and discussed issues relating to BAP and overall political situation in the country.

BAP led government took bold historical decisions

BAP was created for the objectives we got a lot of success, he said for the development and prosperity of the province, our government took such bold historical decisions for a short period of time, which are unprecedented in the past.

The signing of the Reko-Diq Agreement and establishment of border markets protected the employment of people and their self-respect. Abolition of unnecessary check posts, Gwadar’s long-standing problems of electricity and water have been resolved, the Chief Minister stated.

LBs, census PSL match were held after 19 years in Balochistan: CM says

We have protected the rights of fishermen and given them labor status to contract teachers and employees of other departments, he mentioned.

Mr. Bizenjo stated that in a peaceful atmosphere, local body elections, census, exhibition match of PSL, national games were held after 19 years in Balochistan. After a long time, the timely and targeted purchase of wheat, aid and rehabilitation of the flood victims, provided a month’s ration to one lakh deserving families in the sacred month of Ramadan.

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