File photo of Senator Hasil Bizenjo: Courtesy National Party

Behram Baloch:
The bus terminal was inaugurated in the name of Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo. Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo Inter City Bus Terminal Gwadar was inaugurated by former Chief Minister of Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch. Addressing a dignified ceremony on this occasion, former Chief Minister of Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch said that first of all “I congratulate Iqbal Shahzai and his team for having the courage to build this magnificent bus terminal”.

The terminal was built and then named after Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo. Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo has played an important role in national politics, Dr. Malik Baloch told the function. Naming the terminal after him reflects good thinking, he observed.

Baloch should participate in business activities: Dr. Baloch

He said that this work belongs to the government, but the transport community completed the work of the bus terminal with their help, now it is the responsibility of the government to provide facilities to the bus terminal. He said that it is mandatory for Baloch to participate in business, when Baloch will be economically stable, then the effects of unemployment can disappear.

Now advanced transport facility has been provided here which has reduced the long journey time to hours, the former CM stated. He said that the bus owners should avoid over speeding, run the buses according to the limit, treat the passengers well and provide maximum travel facilities to them.

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He said that the focus of our struggle is the prosperity of Baloch. Border trade on the border has become an important part of the employment of Baloch, but there is a conspiracy to stop it. Haq Do Tehreek chief Maulana Hudaytur Rahman Baloch said that the establishment of the bus terminal is a symbol of the journey of development, and the efforts of Iqbal Shahzai and his team are valuable.

He said that two percent of the income of bus terminal is not acceptable. It is sad to say that the income of Gwadar Port, Singar and Newtown Housing Scheme project is not spent in Gwadar.

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