Balochistan aims to improve literacy rate.

Balochistan’s Education Minister, Mir Naseebullah Marri, stated that all possible measures were being taken to improve the literacy rate in the province.

He maintained that work on development projects was going on at a fast pace in all areas of Kohlu which were in the final stages of completion.

He expressed these views while talking to local elders and voters.

Secretary Balochistan Textbook Board Mir Nisar Ahmad Marri, Mir Toor Khan Marri, DDEO Mawand/Kahan Mir Khursheed Marri, Mir Dost Ali Marri, Mir Israr Zeb Marri, Mir Sherbaz Marri, Mir Ghauram. Marri, Deputy Director of Agriculture Extension Mir Dil Malik Marri, Vadira Balu Khan Marri, Mir Hamza Murree and others accompanied the education minister on the occasion.

The provincial education minister said that the people of Tambo were being provided with basic facilities such as health, education, roads, clean water and employment.

For the first time in the history of the region, work is underway on record development projects, the completion of which will significantly reduce the problems of the people, he noted.

He said that the purpose of the visit to Tambo was to solve the basic problems of the people at their doorsteps.

He said that with the timely completion of the development schemes under construction, basic facilities would be available to the people, such as education, electricity, health and employment, water supply, and paved roads which were the basic needs of the people here, which the people of the area could not benefit from in the past.

“I will fulfill the promises made to the people,” he underlined. The provincial minister said that along with development schemes, measures on priority basis were indispensable for educational development and eradication of illiteracy.

Courtesy Express Tribune