GWADAR, Jun 3,2022- Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif directed authorities to install a desalination plant in Gwadar so that people could get clean drinking water and to put up solar panels so that supply of electricity could be ensured in the coastal town.
He issued the direction during a meeting with a delegation of Chinese companies here on Friday.
He also stressed that Gwadar airport should be completed at the earliest and said that Gwadar port should be made a busy and profitable port.
He assured the Chinese investors of all possible cooperation in achieving goals.
He asked Minister for Planning Ahsan Iqbal to hold comprehensive talks with the Chinese investors and prepare a clear roadmap for the resolution of all issues.
Minister for Narcotics Control Nawabzada Shahzain Bugti and special assistants Tariq Fatmi and Fahd Hussain also attended the meeting.
PM visits Command and Staff College Quetta
Prime Minister Muhammad Shehbaz Sharif visited Command and Staff College, Quetta today. On arrival PM laid floral wreath on Shahuada monument to pay homage to martyrs of Pakistan.
Later, PM addressed the officers attending Command and Staff Course 2021/ 2022.
Speaking at the occasion, PM said that Pakistan Armed Forces are guarantors of peace, internal and external security, regional stability and also contributing to global peace efforts. Paying rich tribute to achievements and sacrifices of Pakistan Armed Forces, PM said that our successes in war against Terrorism are unparalleled, duly acknowledged by the world. The armed forces have always done a commendable job in service of the nation during natural calamities. Armed Forces of Pakistan are very important state institution and are pride of the nation, PM reiterated. Country’s defence is sacred and Pakistan’s security, sovereignty and integrity will be ensured at all costs, PM emphasised. The nation owes its freedom to monumental sacrifices of our heroes our martyrs, PM concluded.