CPEC to bring prosperity in Balochistan: Governor

Quetta – Governor Balochistan Muhammad Khan Achakzai has said that China Pakistan Economic Corridor would bring prosperity and sustainable development in the province, country and region.  

He was addressing the inaugural ceremony of newly established Admin and Veterinary Blocks at Lasbela University. The Governor said the University of Lasbela is situated between Karachi and Gwadar, and keeping its geographic location in view, it can become the center of international attention, especially in the context of CPEC.

Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor of the University Professor Dr, Dost Muhammad Baloch said more than 55 Ph.Ds are serving in the University.                 

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