Friday, 21 July 2017

Punjab CM Gives Rs132m For Awaran Students

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Shahbaz Sharif Deputy Punjab, Nawab Sanaullah Zehri, Balochistan Chief Minister, four years after the devastating earthquake in the Awaran district, has helped 550 graduates and interns 100 million I spent 32 million Rupees.

During his visit to Awaran after the earthquake of 2013, Deputy Punjab announced that the Baluchistan government will repair the Awaran Hospital, build a park and provide internship opportunities for 550 graduates in the area. I promised.

Checks were handed to Zehri by the Punjab State Disaster Management Authority (Mahar Ijaz) on Thursday.

The ceremony was attended by Awaran graduate, Mir Sarfaraz Ahmed Bugti, Minister of PDRMA of Balochistan, and Sardar Sher Ali Gorchani, vice minister and ministers of Punjab.


At this event, Zehri said it was important to strengthen coordination between the four states to promote national solidarity and understanding among the people.

Zehri thanked the generous contribution made to those affected by the Awaran earthquake.

"Punjab has always been in the past to help and rescue the people of Baluchistan in all kinds of disasters and disasters." This added to the strengthening of relations among people from other provinces.

Ijaz told the minister that Punjab would always be with the Baloch brothers.

Ijaz added that the Punjabi residents are interested in development in Balochistan, adding, "We contributed our part to provide relief to earthquake victims as part of our national obligations."

Ijaz said the Punjab government has already paid Rs 85 million to upgrade Awaran Hospital and Rs3m for parks. "The Punjab government last year paid Rs. 132 million in internship fees and is now giving Rs132m to internship students."

Ijaz founded the Cardiology Center in Quetta, saying that Sharif has set 200 million R to build a cardiac center in Quetta.

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