QUETTA: Chief Minister Balochistan, Dr Abdul Malik Baloch has said that the bright future of any nation is associated with educated and healthy children. “Government is utilizing all available resources for well-being, education and health of girls and boys.”
Addressing to the inaugural ceremony of seven- days long camp of Balochistan Girls Guide Association (BGGA), here on Tuesday, he said that those nations which had work-hard and educated their people were enjoying prosperous life and bright future. “Balochistan needs professionals. Government is focusing to address the shortage of nurses, lady doctors and teachers from hospitals and schools,” he added.
Chief Minister said that the steps taken by incumbent government in various sectors particularly in education would soon bring Balochistan at per with other developed provinces of the country. “If the girls and boys work-hard with dedication they would in fact become successful in their practical life,” he said.
Chief Minister Balochistan at the end of ceremony distributed awards and degrees among girl guides and teachers, and also inspected different stalls set up in the camp.
CM announced Rs. 1 million for BGGA provision of one bus and also assured to resolve the land issue of BGGA. Besides, he also assured to issue vacancies for girls guides.
Published in The Balochistan Point on September 23, 2014