File Photo: Dr. Malik calls for political strategy to cope with extremism in Balochistan

Behram Baloch:

GWADAR: Former Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr Malik Baloch, expressed serious concerns on Thursday regarding the alleged extensive embezzlement within the Pasni Fish Harbour Authority. The former CM, also Chief of the National Party (NP), engaged with the Harbour Authority’s workers, pledging to address the alleged corruption and financial misconduct in Pasni.

Dr Baloch’s statement followed a protest initiated by Pasni Harbour Authority employees against the fisheries department, advocating for the acceptance of their demands.

“Govt Must Pay Salaries of Employees”, Dr. Baloch

“This is a matter of shame; the salaries of Pasni Harbour Authority workers must be disbursed,” remarked Dr. Baloch. He urged authorities to thoroughly investigate irregularities and corruption within the Fish Harbour Authority.

Dr. Malik Baloch criticized both the provincial and federal governments, alleging their failure to address critical issues in the Mekran division. “The National Party is committed to safeguarding your rights and the coastline,” assured Dr Baloch to Pasni’s employees and residents.

NP To Protect Coast And Resources

Accompanied by other NP leaders during his visit, Dr Baloch emphasized that the party, with support from the Mekran belt residents in the upcoming general elections, would make positive decisions for Gwadar Port and the coastal population. He highlighted the significance of the coast, stating, “If Baloch is important today, it is because of this coast.” Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch called on the caretaker provincial government to promptly address the payment of salaries for Pisni Fish Harbor Authority employees.

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