Negative politics damaged Balochistan education: Federal Minister

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QUETTA, Nov 7 (APP): Federal Minister for SAFRON, Lt-General. Abdul
Qadir Baloch Monday said that negative politics damaged education system of Balochistan and armed movement was not solution to all issues.
He said this while addressing a ceremony held in connection with
inauguration of Passport Office and laying down of foundation stone of a grid station in Panjgur.
The new electricity projects will be executed in Panjgur with cost of Rs
200 million.
The Federal Minister said that so-called freedom fight never remained
solution to Balochistan issues. “Baloch youth should pay special attention towards education as only education is key to development and success,” he said.
He said that Prime Minister, Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has been taking
special interest in development of Balochistan. “The federal government has been carrying out several development projects in Balochistan,” he said.
“Credit goes to Pakistan Muslim League-N-led government for
construction of Panjgur-Naag-Hoshab Road which has been proved a great facility for local people,” He said.
He said that he was making efforts for execution of projects including
Panjgur-Awaran Road, Panjgur-Border Road and supply of NLG gas to Panjgur.
He said that several areas of Panjgur would soon get electricity from
solar system. He said that investors would invest in different sectors in Balochistan when positive politics would be promoted in the province.