Balochistan CM meets Sindh counterpart


Balochistan Chief Minister Nawab Muhammad Aslam Raisani called on his Sindh counterpart Qaim Ali Shah at the Chief Minister’s House on Wednesday to discuss matters of mutual interest. He was warmly greeted by Shah, Senior Provincial Education Minister Pir Mazharul Haq, Law and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Muhammad Ayaz Soomro and others.
Raisani was accompanied by Balochistan Finance Minister Mir Asim Kurdgalu and Industries Minister Ahsan Shah and Sardar Zafar.
Shah said that the people of Sindh and Balochistan have almost common cultural heritage, traditions and attire. “Pakistan is bouquet of different flowers and every flower of each province has its own column and specialty,” he added.
Shah further said that there are cordial relations between the people of Sindh and Balochistan. “During the summer season, the people of Sindh visit Quetta and other parts of Balochistan,” he added.
The Balochistan chief minister thanked his Sindh counterpart for the warm welcome and discussed issues pending after the approval of the 18th Amendment and provincial autonomy.
Raisani said that the people of Balochistan want to strengthen Pakistan, and have evolved prompt measures to take all parties together under the banner of spirit of reconciliation.
He said that the Balochistan government has taken initiatives with the assistance and cooperation of the federal government for the people of its province.
Education Minister Pir Mazharul Haq said on the occasion that the UNICEF is providing 600 schools in the flood-affected areas of the province, with all essential facilities.
The Sindh chief minister added that the UNICEF and other world agencies are assisting for improving the educational standards in the province.