Caretaker CM directs to ensure provision of potable water to people in Gwadar

Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki stresses need to complete pending schemes of water sector without loss of time


GWADAR (6AM Report): The caretaker Chief Minister Balochistan, Mir Ali Mardan Khan Domki has directed to the concerned authorities to ensure provision of clean drinking water in Gwadar district, and for the purpose, the work must be started on the pending schemes of water sector without any further delay.

The Chief Minister was chairing a high level meeting held to review the issue of potable water and other related issues in Gwadar on Thursday.

Mr. Domki reached Gwadar to review law and order situation and preparations of the general elections in Gwadar the same morning.

Those who were present in the meeting were included: caretaker Provincial Minister for Home, Mir Zubair Jamali, Chief Secretary, Shakeel Qadir Khan, Principal Secretary to Chief Minister, Rashid Razzaq, Director General Gwadar Development Authority, Commissioner Makran, Saeed Ahmed Umrani, Deputy Commissioner Gwadar, Aurangzaib Badini and other concerned high ups.

The caretaker Chief Minister was briefed about the ongoing schemes in water sector in Gwadar.

Addressing the meeting, Chief Minister said that we are finding solution sustainable solution to the public issues regarding availability of clean drinking water in Gwadar.

He regretfully pointed out that unnecessary delay has been caused in certain projects, which is a matter of great concern.

He directed the concerned to start work on the same without any further delay.

He also directed to restore services after making payment of the arrears to QESCO and the concerned contractor.

Earlier, the Chief Minister was presented guard of honour by smartly turned out contingent of police.

Meanwhile, the Chief Minister also visited the complaint cell established in Deputy Commissioner Gwadar’s office.

He directed to frame comprehensive mechanism for resolving the public complaints.


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