Nawab Sanaullah Zehri

QUETTA: Pakistan Muslim League (N) was taking war measures to eliminate backwardness and sense of deprivation from Balochistan. The day is not far away when besides end to sense of deprivation there will be no dearth of employment with the people. Making Gwadar Port functional is part of these efforts and after that economic activities of Gulf States and other important countries would generate from here

These views were expressed by Nawab Sanaullah Zehri President PML-N Balochistan and senior provincial Minister while speaking to a delegation of investors in Karachi the other day.

He told that federal government was concentrating maximum on situation in Balochistan. Province was ignored in the past which resulted in development of backwardness and sense of deprivation in the province and making situation very tense. It is Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and PML-N vision that people of Balochistan should be self sufficient economically and take part in economic activities. As part of this, Prime Minister has inaugurated several important projects in the province. Provincial government has also been directed of taking measure son war footing for resolving long standing problems of Balochistan.

He said that PML-N was striving people of the province are made self sufficient economically. The way Prime Minister was taking interest for making Gwadar Port functional would help strengthen economy of the province and benefitting its people economically.

Sanaullah Zehri said importance of Gwadar Port in the region cannot be denied. But in the past rulers instead of making Gwadar Port functional took decisions of their likes and dislikes under different pretexts which made it suspicious. He said PML-N Government has a clear stance in this regard and has practical vision for security of interest of people which was being implemented on war footings. He said it is best opportunity for investors to make investment in Gwadar to secure maximum benefits.

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