He was addressing after inaugurating the Sibi-Kohlu road which he said will reduced the 600 kilometre journey to 174 kilometres. The road is being constructed at the cost of Rs. 4.7 billion. He also announced the construction of Kohlu-Rakhni and Sabbi-Talli roads.
The premier said that road construction projects being implemented across the province will also help explore the rich mineral resources for increasing exports, and also help the local people to reach the cities for trade purposes.
He said that the Pakistan Army, Frontier Constabulary and the Police have made huge efforts against terrorism, which has exposed the internal and external enemies of the country.
“The days to give back to the people of Balochistan have arrived,” said the premier who vowed to address the grievances of the people of the province. He said that opportunities of progress are being distributed in the country on equal basis which will lead to national unity.
Earlier, the Prime Minister arrived in Gawader to inaugurate several project of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). He said that Gawader is turning into an international city which will have an impact on Balochistan and Pakistan.