Kamal said, “The provincial government seeks to set a precedent where government and opposition can walk together for Balochistan’s development.”
The opposition delegation, comprising Malik Sikandar Advocate and Nasrullah Zeeray, assured the provincial government that the opposition would support all government’s initiatives in favour of the people of Balochistan.
Expressing concern over previous regimes’ agreements over Pakistan Petroleum Limited and Saindak projects, the opposition members urged the chief minister to review the projects, including the Public Sector Development Programme funds.
The meeting unanimously decided to initiate liaison with the federal government over exploitation of provincial rights in the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor-related projects, including changing western route and building economic zones in Balochistan.

Source: Express Tribune


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