QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal on 10 March initiated the Gwadar Water Treatment Plant, and the authorities informed Jam Kamal that is costs around Rs 300 million for the completion of the water plant.
CM requested an enlargement of the district headquarters (DHQ) hospital with the addition of 50 beds to remove the difficulties for the public of Gwadar.
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Gwadar Development Authority (GDA) Director General Sajjad Baloch was also present at the ceremony. He said that the water treatment plant project had been achieved within a short period as per the CM’s orders. He also stated that the water plant's pipeline would also be developed within the next ten days.
Director said in the interview "That plant would be able to provide water to the residents of Gwadar for agricultural and domestic use.”
CM showed his satisfaction related to the completion of the water treatment plant project. In addition, he also briefed the plan about the inauguration of tree plantation drive with the help of the water plant project.
“The provincial government is taking speedy measures to provide quality health facilities to the masses at their doorstep and to revamp the health sector in the province. Work is under way on a policy to appoint doctors on contract and ensure availability of medicines in all DHQ hospitals,” he said.