Laptop, residential colony schemes announced for Quetta journalists


QUETTA, Pakistan: The Chief Minister Balochistan Abdul Quddus Bizenjo on Friday announced laptop computers scheme and a residential colony project for the journalists of Quetta.

While addressing a press conference held at the end of an open court in Quetta, he said journalists would get laptop computers in a few weeks and a residential colony project would be devised soon.

The Chief Minister said Quetta Safe City Project would be implemented within a week while Inspector General of Police (IGP) Balochistan had been directed to recruit and deploy police officers on merit only.

“I have met heads of all the security forces and directed them not to make any transfer under political influence,” Bizenjo said.

“Khuli Kacheri was organized here today to know the problems being faced by the people,” he also said.

Bizenjo also received applications from the unemployed youth.

The Chief Minister said the vacant posts in government departments would be filled on merit. He said restoration of peace and security in Balochistan province was the top priority of his government.

In addition, he said the present government also took notice of corrupt practices at various check posts of the province, and added strict action would be taken against security personnel involved in such activities.

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