Chief Minister Balochistan, Ali Mardan Domki being briefed about Quetta Development Package

From Our Correspondent:

TURBAT: In a strategic move to oversee the meticulous planning for the upcoming elections, the Caretaker Chief Minister of Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan, arrived in Turbat. The chief minister’s visit aimed to review and enhance the steps taken in preparation for the crucial electoral process.

Upon his arrival, Commissioner Makran Division, Saeed Ahmed Umrani, extended a warm welcome to Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki. The high-profile meeting, held in the commissioner’s office, brought together key officials, including representatives from district Kech, district Panjgur, and Gwadar, as well as police, intelligence agency officials, and military personnel.

CM Chairs A High-Level Meeting

Chaired by the Caretaker Chief Minister, the meeting delved into comprehensive discussions regarding the extensive preparations for the upcoming elections. Commissioner Makran Saeed Ahmed Umrani, along with Deputy Commissioner Kich Hussain Jan Baloch, DC Gwadar Aurangzeb Badini, and DC Panjgur Mumtaz Khetran, provided detailed briefings on the election arrangements.

One of the primary focal points of the meeting was a thorough examination of the law and order situation during the electoral process. The officials meticulously reviewed security measures to ensure a safe and secure environment for both candidates and voters.

“I Am Visiting All Divisions To Review Security”, Domki

Expressing his determination to conduct peaceful, transparent, and impartial elections, Caretaker Chief Minister Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki stated, “I am visiting all the divisions so that there is no shortage in the arrangements.” He emphasized the completion of election preparations and affirmed the commitment to maintaining the security of candidates participating in the electoral process.

Assessing the security situation, Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki, assured that the current security conditions were better than before, instilling confidence in the stakeholders involved. With the election on the horizon, the chief minister’s proactive approach signals a resolute commitment to ensuring a smooth and secure democratic process in Balochistan.

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