PM Khan distributs checks to deserving people under Kamyab Jawan Programme
QUETTA, April 28) – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday gave a preliminary performance of various development projects in Quetta.
The projects include the construction of 22 kilometers (km) of Quetta Western Bypass (N-25) and 11 km of Dera Murad Jamali Bypass (N-65).
Addressing the groundbreaking ceremony, Prime minister Imran Khan said that he was happy to lay the foundation stone for development projects in Balochistan.
He lamented that “previous governments did not pay attention to the development of Balochistan”, adding that Pakistan would develop if the poor areas were brought into the national mainstream. He said that China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would usher in a new chapter of development in the Western Route Province.
“We got a two-thirds majority in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the 2018 elections. The biggest reason for this was stated in a UNDP report which said that KP was the most successful province in eradicating poverty. Secondly, the province in which the gap between the shortage of notes and human development improved was also KP.
He said the biggest reason for China’s success was its efforts to lift the poor out of poverty.
The Prime Minister praised the Balochistan government for various development projects in the province.
Separately, PM Khan distributed checks to deserving people under the Kamyab Jawan Programme. Addressing the function, he said that the incumbent government has set aside Rs 10 billion for the youth of Balochistan.
He said the Kamyab Jawan Programme would also benefit fishermen, who are facing various difficulties.