Budget For Education Increased by 25 Percent : CM Balochistan
QUETTA, Balochistan Chief Minister Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch says the overall situation in the province is much better today than previous year.
He was talking to newsmen along with Mir Hasil Bizenjo in Islamabad on Saturday afternoon.
The Chief Minister said there is peace in ninety percent areas of the province and incidents of crimes have subsided. He said budget for education has been increased by twenty-five percent and agriculture is getting priority.
About exploitation of Reko Diq gold mines in Balochistan, the Chief Minister said a Committee of federal and provincial governments will decide about the project.
He said interest of the country and the province would be fully safeguarded in this regard. To a question, he said all democratic forces should join hands to strengthen democracy in the country.
Mir Hasil Bizenjo told a questioner that they are ally of PML (N) and believe that the present parliament should complete its five year term. He said they would not become part of any destabilization or undemocratic campaign.