Punjab CM visits Balochistan’s backward district Musakhel, meets tribal leaders


Punjab CM, visits, Balochistan, backward district, Musakhel, tribal leaders
26 May, 2020 2:57 pm

LAHORE (92 News) – Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar visited Musakhel, the most backward district of Balochistan, on the third day of Eidul Fitr.

Tribal leaders and other notables of the area called on the Punjab CM who greeted Eid with the tribal leaders and localities. Usman Buzdar announced to establishment Rescue 1122 in Musakhel as well as setting up of Bank of Punjab Branch, installation of ATM machine on the behalf of the Punjab government. He also announced to set up a NADRA office in Musakhel.

Punjab CM, visits, Balochistan, backward district, Musakhel, tribal leaders

Speaking on the occasion, Sardar Usman Buzdar said that more steps would be taken in this regard after consulting with the federal government. “Buses will also be provided for the colleges in Musakhel. 4X4 vehicles will be provided for the Rescue 1122 station. Setting up of 1122 station will provide relief to the residents of Musakhel, tribal area of Punjab and adjoining areas of KPK,” he said.

The chief minister said that the area was neglected for the decades whereas the PTI government considers the development of backward areas as its mission. “I came to the Balochistan with the message of goodwill and love for the Balochi people. An amount has been deposited for the supply of electricity in Darg the tehsil of Musakhel. Electricity will be reached in the areas of Jaffar, Qaisarani and Buzdar tribes,” he said.

Punjab CM, visits, Balochistan, backward district, Musakhel, tribal leaders

Usman Buzdar said that he was the first chief minister who visited the backward area of district of Musakhel in the last 73 years. He said that Balochistan is his second home and he has relationship of love and brotherhood with the people of Baluchistan. “Punjab will extend all-out cooperation with the Balochistan government for setting up a Rescue 1122 station.”

He maintained that the Punjab government will provide free of cost training in this regard.


Must Watch