Quetta: Deputy Speaker National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri said Prime Minister Imran Khan led government has eliminated reservations of political parties about CPEC projects in Balochistan.
Addressing the traders’ community of Pak-Iran Joint Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Quetta on Saturday, he said that the government has started construction work on western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor at a cost of 75 billion rupees.
He said enhancement of exports is the top most priority of incumbent government.
Qasim Khan Suri said that projects of establishment of Cardiac and Shaukat Khanum Cancer hospitals in Quetta is underway to provide best treatment facilities to the masses at their doorsteps.
Qasim Khan Suri said that Hajj flights from Quetta have been resumed. He said that it has been decided that a joint Quick Response Force will be established for securing Pakistan-Iran border.
On this occasion, Iranian Counsel General Agha Mohammad Rafi’ee was also present.