BISP’s 25 mobile vans being provided for Balochistan’s remote areas: Marri

QUETTA: Shazia Marri, Federal Minister for Poverty Alleviation and Chairperson for BISP said Friday that with the exception of skyrocketing inflation and unemployment, Imran Khan during his four-year-tenure had given nothing to the people of the country, adding that promises made with the people had not been fulfilled by Imran Khan.

Addressing a press conference at Quetta Press Club, she said, “Instead of levelling allegations, Imran Khan should come to the parliament.” She said that it was being strived to address the long-standing demands of the people of Balochistan, adding that 25 mobile vans of BISP were being provided to the far flung areas of the Balochistan province to benefit women of Balochistan province. She said in order to facilitate women of the province, offices of BISP would soon be established at Tehsil level of the province.

On the occasion, Rozi Khan Kakar, General Secretary, PPP, Balochistan, Sardar Sirbulund Jogezai, Secretary Information and others were also present.