Affected traders, vegetable seller will be given stalls: Jam Kamal

Published on – February 17, 2019 – 2:20 am
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QUETTA: The Balochistan Chief Minister, Jam Kamal Khan has said here on Saturday that started taking concrete steps for improving conditions in the provincial capital Quetta and restoring its past beauty.


QUETTA: The Balochistan Chief Minister, Jam Kamal Khan has said here on Saturday that started taking concrete steps for improving conditions in the provincial capital Quetta and restoring its past beauty.

He stated this while talking to the vegetable shopkeepers during his visit to Joint Road area on Saturday. He said that anti-encroachment campaign has been launched in Quetta for the facilities to the people and improving traffic system in the provincial Capital.

“We need help and cooperation of the people for making the campaign successful against encroachment,” Jam Kamal said, adding that launching anti-encroachment campaign doesn’t mean that the government wanted to affect the business of the people. The campaign was started in the larger interest of the people of Quetta who were facing difficulties due to illegal encroachment unruly traffic.

The Chief Minister assured that the government will establish stalls at different areas for the small traders and vegetable sellers who livelihood would be affect with anti-enouncement campaign.

The concerned authorities briefed the Chief Minister Jam Kamal about the widening of joint road project and anti-encroachment.

The vegetable shopkeepers, who were very excited to see Chief Minister with them, told Jam Kamal Khan that they were not against the development of the city but want alternate arrangements for earning their livelihood. They assured that they will not create any hurdle in the development work and extend all help and cooperation to the concerned authorities.

Chief Minister said that this city belongs to all communities who were living here and it was responsibility of the government to take steps for their betterment.