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PM says all Baloch union councils to have water, power, gas, health and education!

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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.

 

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15 bullet-riddled bodies of laborers/to-be immigrants from Punjab found in Baluchistan

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KECH: Levies have found 15 bullet-riddled bodies here in tehsil Buleda today.

According to details victims were killed from close range and all received multiple bullets.

Sources privy to Newspakistan.tv have revealed that those killed hailed from Punjab.

It is yet to be ascertained whether they were laborers or to-be illegal immigrants endeavoring to go to Europe.

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British Transport Authority orders removal of Anti-Pakistan slogans from London cabs

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LONDON: Transport Authority here has ordered the owners of cabs to immediately remove anti-Pakistan slogans from their vehicles.

A couple of days ago when Free-Baluchistan advertisements appeared on London cabs, British HC here was summoned by Pakistani Foreign Secretary and a protest was lodged.

The concerned authorities here while taking to Newspakistan.tv have informed, following an inquiry, disciplinary action would be taken against the perpetrators.

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Anti-Pak Slogans on London cabs: Islamabad conveys its concerns to British HC!

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Anti-Pak Slogans on London cabs: Islamabad conveys its concerns to British HC!

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ISLAMABAD:  In order to communicate Pakistan’s serious concerns over anti-Pakistan slogans on London Cabs, Foreign Secretary Tehmina Janjua called in British HC Thomas Drew here today.

According to details the HC was told that in line with the UN Charter, Pakistan rejected the actions and advertisements displaying malicious content that impinged on its sovereignty and territorial integrity.

In a statement the Foreign Office (FO) has said that Pakistan was aware of the intentions of such sinister and malicious campaigns which should not be allowed on the soil of a friendly country. 

FO is also raising the issue of anti-Pakistan (Free Baluchistan) slogans on British cabs with the Foreign and Commonwealth Office.

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Meanwhile, COAS and British HC Thomas Drew discussed matters of mutual interests today at GHQ.  

 

 

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