ISLAMABAD:A delegation of the Cadet College of Manstung on Thursday visited the Prime Minister’ House where teachers and students of the prestigious educational institution of Balochistan province have a chance to interact with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.Speaking with the delegation, Prime Minister Nawaz said that Balochistan now was far better than what it used to be 10 years back. Following the improved situation in the province, the federal government wants to speed up development process, he said.He said that highways were under construction from Gwadar to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. He said that the development of the road infrastructure would lessen distances among people and development activities would create job opportunities as well.
Nawaz vowed to further speed up development activities in Balochistan as its needs were more because of it’s a largest province in area wise. He pointed out that a coalition government was working in the province and federation was giving all necessary resources to the province to carry out the development activities.Emphasizing the need for promoting the environment of brotherhood, the prime minister said that Balochistan was as dear to him as any other area of Pakistan and quality education institutions including medical colleges and universities would be constructed in the province. He announced a grant of Rs 20 million for the Cadet College Mastung.