CS-Secretaries committee meeting

QUETTA: Timely completion of development projects should be ensured in Balochistan so that funds are not wasted and their completion also raises standard of living of people.

This was stated by Balochistan chief Secretary Saifullah Chatha whiel chairing meeting of Secretaries committee here Thursday.

Meeting reviewed headway in development projects, transparent process of appointments in different departments according to the directive so Chief Minister and issuance of PM Youth Scheme.

A detailed briefing on development projects in the province was also conducted.

Chief Secretary directed ongoing development projects should be monitored as no compromise would be made on quality of work.

He directed participants for making process of appointment transparent and no delay should be made therein. He aid merit should not be ignored in appointments nor any recommendation or nepotism should be cared of so t hat able youth get their right.

He said launch of PM Youth Scheme would minimize unemployment to a great extent because six thousand students both girls and boys would benefit from it.

He directed departments particularly education and health for internees so that they could also take benefit of able youth. He said on the demand of Chief Minister Federal government has increased Balochistan quota to six thousand from three thousand.

He said holding Balochistan Festival by provincial government is good sign. Such festival would help increase abilities of youth and they could brighten name of the province at the national and international levels. He said all the secretaries should ensure their attendance in the Sports Festival. He directed them to submit report about their departments regularly.

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