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CM Balochistan Approves Loralai Division Formation Of Qilla Abdullah Into 2 Districts

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Quetta: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan gave in-principle approval to make Qilla Abdullah district into two districts and to establish Loralai division.

The approval was given by the Balochistan Chief Minister while presiding over a high-level meeting on the establishment of new divisions, districts, and tehsils across the province. Provincial Ministers Mir Zahoor Ahmed Buledi, Engineer Zamrak Khan Achakzai, Mir Saleem Ahmed Khosa, Haji Noor Mohammad Dumar, Mitha Khan Kakar, Haji Mohammad Khan Tor Utmankhail, Provincial Advisor Malik Naeem Khan Bazai, Awami National Party Parliamentary Leader Asghar Khan Achakzai, Additional Chief Secretary Planning and Development, Senior Member Board of Revenue, Principal Secretary to the Chief Minister, Advocate General, Secretary Finance, Secretary S & GAD, Secretary Building, Secretary Information, Commissioner Quetta, Commissioner Zhob, and law department officials attended. The meeting was briefed by the senior member Board of Revenue on the suggestions and recommendations of the committee regarding the establishment of new divisions, districts, and tehsils in the province. The recommendations made in the meeting regarding the establishment of new districts and divisions across Balochistan. A detailed review was made and important decisions were made.

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On this occasion, the Chief Minister directed the committee to review all the legal factors and continue its work for the establishment of remaining districts and divisions across the province. The meeting was also given a detailed briefing by the Board of Revenue regarding land allotment for development projects. Expressing his views on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the establishment of new districts and divisions would not only improve the performance of service delivery, financial and administrative affairs but also provide education, health, and civic amenities to the people in their areas. The Chief Minister directed to set up a Reforms Committee for reforms in the Board of Revenue and said that the Revenue Department is very important. The world is changing, we must move towards modern revenue collection and digitization.

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