Balochistan govt opens another trade terminal at Pak-Afghan border

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan has said that the provincial government is making a comprehensive plan to promote economic activities in the province for the welfare of the people.

The chief minister expressed these views while inaugurating trade terminal at Pak-Afghan border near Bodini area of Balochistan.

The chief minister said that business activities would be increased from the establishment of the trade terminal while it would also create job opportunities for the people in the area.

Jam Kamal said that all parties should work together to move the development process forward and mutual trust is essential for forwarding of growth schemes. He said in the last two years, a number of development schemes have been started and some of them are completed, and credit for it goes to the provincial and federal governments, Pakistan Army and FC.

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The business community, chamber of commerce and industry and importers and exporters had been demanding the opening of a new terminal for trade between the two counties at Badini for a long time as the Chaman gateway was overburdened due to the Afghan transit trade, import and export and NATO supply for the US troops stationed in Afghanistan.

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