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Balochistan situation better: Bizenjo.

QUETTA -- The vice president of National Party (NP), Senator Mir Hasil Khan Bizenjo has said that although not quite an ideal law and order situation, yet a lot has certainly improved.

Addressing an event held under the auspices of Supreme Court Bar Association (SCBA), he regretted that Province faced crisis of possible separatism and damage to federation; "but the situation could improve quite well if we are given a chance to avail our 5-year tenure without interference", assuring that the government would be able to inculcate the loyalty of constitution in youth.

He also cited government's increased education budget to 24% from its previous of 4%: which would result in better literacy rate for the Province, while also outlining plans for setting up universities in such far flung areas of the Province as Turbat and Loralai, with medical collages established at Khuzdar and Loralai.
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Publication:The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 17, 2013
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