CM Bizenjo directs police to provide protection to small businessmen
File Photo: Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Quddus Bizenjo talking to reporters at the DPMA's office: Photo grabbed from a video provided by the author

Staff Reporter:


Balochistan Chief Minister Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has said that full protection will be given to the businesses of small-scale in Quetta city and its surroundings. The CM issued instructions to the police and other law enforcement agencies to be gentle with them.

The Chief Minister said that due to the lack of employment opportunities, people are making a living for their families by doing small-scale, low-cost business, and the stoves of many homes are lit by hard work and business.

The Balochistan government is providing jobs to the youth, but due to limited resources, the government cannot provide employment to all the unemployed, he mentioned. The Chief Minister said that there are no factories and private sector in the province. The stoves of the families will be extinguished if police and other law enforcement agencies started creating problems for small businessmen.

On behalf of the public political and social circles, while welcoming this initiative of the Chief Minister, it has been said that the Chief Minister has saved many people from the livelihood of the people. “My priority is common man”, the CM concluded.

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