Prime Minister Imran Khan is scheduled to arrive in Quetta on a day-long visit on Friday.
According to the details, the Prime Minister will hold meetings with Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan and Governor Amanullah khan Yasinzai and will discuss the coronavirus situation and other important issues of the province.
Earlier on July 25, Prime Minister Imran Khan while chairing the second meeting of the National Development Council (NDC) expressed his firm resolve to end the “sense of deprivation” long felt by the people of Balochistan by launching a series of development projects to undo the neglect of decades in the province.
“Ensuring complete peace, security and socio-economic development for the people of Balochistan are the key priorities of my government,” he said.
Furthermore, the prime minister said he fully cognizant of the problems people in Balochistan face and expressed his commitment to turn the situation around by providing them relief and services in the best possible manner.
Moreover, he said “Financial resources allocated for Balochistan in the past never diverted towards the development of the province,”
In addition to this, the prime minister said such a state of affairs led to dismal development in the province and caused “a sense of deprivation” among its people.