DERA MURAD JAMALI: Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch has said that Levies do not meet requirements of 21 st century. Police would be deployed by abolishing Levies in all districts of the province.
He said this while speaking to Newsmen here Saturday.
Chief Minister was of the view that Centre was extending full cooperation for establishment of peace in Balochistan. Talks would soon start with angry Baloch people. He said SHO and Patwari culture would be abolished from Balochistan. They have always committed injustices with people. Absentees of doctors and teachers are intolerable. Now when teacher would go to school he would salary. No comprise would be made on future of Balochistan youth. Sacrifice of absent teacher is acceptable but future of our children is most dear to us.
Answering a question he said Levies force do not meet requirements of 21 st century. B area of the province would be ended and it would be converted into A area because people in the province need peace and progress.
He said Federation has released 80 percent funds for development projects in the province. Development projects would be completed. He said previous government in the name of packages made five thousand youth fool. The package was bundle of lies and concocted. Yet we saved future of these young men and regularized them. He said provincial government was taking massive steps for creating employment avenues. Era of corruption and loot is over now. Struggle was afoot for establishing corruption free society. He said corruption in Nasirabad and Jaffarabad was being probed and who ever found involved would be dealt with iron hand.
He said road shad been destroyed by floods in Districts of Jaffarabad and Nasirabad. Building these roads again has been undertaken. He said people would be given ownership rights by allotment and allotment has begun.
He announce d Rupees 20 million for Municipal Committee Dera Murad Jamali and said his government was taking revolutionary measures for plodding basic facilities to the people. People would feel changes on completion of ongoing development projects.