School students carrying placards inscribed with slogans condemning the killing of Israr Khan

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Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo has directed the officials and cabinet ministers not to inaugurate any project. “The money belongs to the masses not us”, the CM said in a tweet on Sunday.

In yet another announcement, the CM stated that children would inaugurate schools and patients would inaugurate hospitals instead of high level government officials. This is the wealth of the masses not any individual, he added.

This is peoples’ money: Bizenjo

CM Bizenjo stated be it school or college, hospital or playground, health card or green bus scheme, all these are people’s own money.

The Chief Minister said the government has decided not to waste resources on the opening ceremonies to take or give credit on these projects. He said children will inaugurate the school studying in government institutions.

Under treatment patients to inaugurate hospitals

Hospitals will be inaugurated by patients under treatment in government hospitals, he said. Green bus service will be inaugurated by sisters and daughters who are pushing in public transport, the Chief Minister announced.

This is the people’s money and the people should be credited. Our job is to use their money properly, he mentioned.

CM directs departments to issue appointment orders within one week

CM Bizenjo also directed all provincial departments to issue appointment orders within one week. In a statement issued by the press secretary to the Chief Minister, the CM has directed the provincial secretaries to issue orders within one week. He mentioned that the departments who completed the test and interview process in April this year should issue orders within one week.

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