Poverty alleviation essential for stability of democracy: Malik
EU envoy calls on Chief Minister in Quetta.
European Union’s Ambassador in Pakistan Lars Gunnar Wigemark called on the Chief Minister Balochistan Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch in Quetta.
Talking to Ambassador the Chief Minister said that the implementation on National Action Plan (NAP) is being carried out according to its spirit for the elimination of terrorism, sectarianism and extremism.
He said that the poverty alleviation is essential for stability of democracy. He said that wide reforms have been started for the development of education sector while six new universities and 3 medical colleges are being set up in the province by the incumbent government.
The Chief Minister said that Dadu-Khuzdar and Dera Ghazi Khan- Loralai transmission lines have been completed while the construction on Quetta-Chamman and Gwadar-Ratodero highways is underway.
On the occasion the European Union Ambassador told that the various development schemes are underway in 40 union councils of Jhal Magsi, Zhob and Loralai under Balochistan Rural Support Program at the cost of seven million Euros.