News Desk:

The fruit and vegetable market in the Pak-Afghan border area of Chaman, a landmark project under the supervision of Balochistan’s Caretaker Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, has reached its final stages. The official inauguration of this state-of-the-art facility is scheduled for mid-February, according to the Planning and Development Department.

The comprehensive project, with a total cost of Rs 1656.936 million, encompasses essential features such as a truck stand, taxi stand/bus stand, fruit and vegetable stand, central dual carriageway, and a mosque. These facilities are poised to transform Chaman into a vital hub for the supply and distribution of agricultural products, providing a platform for buying and selling.

Chaman’s Agricultural Hub: Collaborative Boost for Balochistan’s Economy

Sources from the Department of Planning and Development emphasize the collaborative financial support from both the federal and provincial governments, marking a crucial step toward fostering economic development in Balochistan.

Beyond its impact on business professionals in the fruit and vegetable sector, the market is expected to facilitate the timely and quality delivery of agricultural products throughout the country, positioning Chaman as a pivotal center for trade and commerce in the region.

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