QUETTA: PM Shahid Khaqan Abbasi while announcing a decade-long mega-development program for the Province here today has said that all Baloch Union Councils would receive water, power, gas, health and education facilities before 2027.
Abbasi, who held a high-level meeting in the Governor House, also chaired meetings to understand state of affairs apropos CPEC-related ongoing projects, law and order.
PM said that the program was aimed at bringing Baluchistan at par with other provinces.
He told that half of the program’s funds would be contributed by federal government while the remaining fifty percent would be arranged by the provincial government.
He briefed the Media about installation of 11 liquefied natural gas plants in different parts of the province at the cost of Rs200 million.
Baluchistan: Roadside blast kills one, injures seven in Panjgur!
PANJGUR: In a roadside blast here today one person died and seven others got wounded, two of whom are in critical condition.
Brother of the tribal leader was not so fortunate and was killed by the explosion detonated by a remote control device. He was travelling in a different vehicle.
According to details unidentified miscreants unsuccessfully attempted to kill a tribal notable in Chitkan area by means of an explosive-laden motorcycle kept near a garbage dump at an intersection.
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Miscreants launch cracker attack on Bolan Express in Baluchistan
DERA MURAD JAMALI (BALOCHISTAN): Miscreants have attacked the Bolan Express by means of a cracker here near Mangoli Railway Station today.
According to details FC cleared cracker explosion site. Those wounded have been taken to Civil Hospital.
All the passengers have been provided the support needed to facilitate shifting from train and move towards Jacobabad.
Balochistan unrest: Five soldiers killed, six injured as their vehicle toppled due to firing by unidentified men!
TURBAT: Five soldiers lost lives and six wounded when their vehicle turned over as a result of firing by some miscreants near here today.
The security convoy was moving near Shapook when it came under fire possibly by separatist militants.
Injured personnel are said to be recovering in DHQ Turbat.