GAWADAR: Work in three important sectors education, supply of clean drinking water to coastal people and end of illegal fishing is very much necessary. This was stated by Balochistan Chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch while referring to priorities of provincial government in Mekran at his meeting with Naval Commodore West Nagman who called on him here Saturday.
Navy Commodore discussed education and other problems in Mekran. He gave briefing on ongoing development activities in Mekran by Navy.
Chief Minister said funds have been released for literature, football clubs, lawyers and journalists. Navy should play its role in promoting sports.
He announced a bus for Navy school in Gwadar. He said it is our endeavour to give legal shape to Iran border trade. A regular immigration post for Iran from Gwadar would soon be started.
He said Navy should utilize its skill for Baluchistan’s interest including establishment of schools and guidance in dredging. He said there is also need for Navy School in Turbat. He said a plan was under consideration to develop old City in Central Gwadar by Gwadar Development Authority. There is special need for providing sewerage system and building of roads in old City.
Navy Commodore told that soon a school would be set up in Mekran while navy schools were working in a better way in Gwadar and Ormara. Four hundred children in Gwadar School and 150 in Ormara School were being provided quality education. He said health and sports facilities would also be provided to the local people.