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The Chief Minister Balochistan Dr Abdul Malik Baloch has vowed that the resources of Balochistan would be spent for the welfare of masses on priority basis. 

Addressing tribal notables and political workers in Ziarat district, he said that in order to make Ziarat the hub of tourism the masses would have to play their role too.

He said that the government would take concrete steps for the beautification, cleanness and provision of basic facilities in Ziarat city. Dr Malik said that all children must be enrolled in schools because this century is century of getting knowledge in all fields. 

He said that government wants to get rid of all sort of hatreds and form unity amongst people of Balochistan to strengthen the country as more unity was needed at this critical juncture. 

CM said that the Ziarat is not only the asset of Balochistan but also of entire country, and he assured that the government will leave no stone unturned in reviving its natural beauty and providing it with all facilities. He said that the Residential College in Ziarat would be set up at earliest. 

For the protection of juniper forests in Ziarat, the chief minister said that he and information minister Abdul Rahim Ziaratwal have talked to prime minister about the issues of solar system, provision of Nakach Loralai Road in the custody of NHA, revival of Ziarat Valley Trust and construction of new dams in the area. 

On the occasion, Chief Minister announced Rs 10 million for provision of facilities to the schools in Ziarat, two buses for educational institutes, three bulldozers for farmers, Rs 30 millions for beautification and cleanness of Ziarat valley, one ambulance for district hospital and Rs 0.5 million each for Ziarat Press Club and District Bar Council.

The Chief Minister also visited Duki Tehsil and addressed a tribal jirga.

Dr Abdul Malik inaugurated Duki By-Pass, Nasirabad road, and Duki-Loralai via Shabozai road, which have been constructed at a cost of 990 million rupees.

He also announced establishment of Girls Degree College, solar system for the civil hospital, Hepatitis centre and 50 million rupees for drinking water in Duki.


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