Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch and Chairman Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, Sardar Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari address Youth Parliament Pakistan
Islamabad, January 22; The Chief Minister of Balochistan, Dr. Abdul Malik Baloch, MPA (PB-48 Kech-I, Balochistan) addressed the Youth Parliament on “Developments in Balochistan-Security & Education”. Dr. Baloch said that the current Government of Balochistan has formed a two-pronged political and economic strategy, as both are inter related and can help in the development of the province.
The Chief Minister reiterated that there is a dire need to reorganise the Law Enforcement Agencies all over Pakistan hence a major initiative was carried out by the Balochistan Government to de-politicise the Police in this regard. He further said, that reforms in the education sector is the top most priority of the current Balochistan Government. The Education Sector of Balochistan needed a strategic direction coupled with an effective implementation plan. He said that his government has dedicated itself to implement the new Education Sector Plan aggressively and in a strategic manner.
Explaining the law and order security situation of the province to the members of the Youth Parliament, Dr. Baloch explained that the disturbing security situation of the province can be divided into three important factions that include: Baloch insurgency, Religious Extremism and Tribal Conflicts. He stressed that the time has come to revisit our security policies.
Later today, Mr. Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari, MNA (NA-173 D. G. Khan-III, Punjab), Chairman National Assembly Standing Committee on Foreign Affairs, addressed the Youth Parliament. He stressed that a flexible policy should be adopted with the neighbours in terms of trade and economic cooperation while upholding our vital national interests.
While discussing Pakistan-India relations, he believed that India had a much greater need for peace with Pakistan in its quest to become a global economic power. In the end, Mr. Awais Ahmed Khan Leghari invited the members of the Youth Parliament to pay a visit to the National Assembly of Pakistan again and specifically learn the working of the Foreign Affairs Committee.
Both the Guest Speakers thanked and appreciated the efforts of PILDAT in providing them an opportunity to interact with the members of Youth Parliament Pakistan.
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