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Event Title: Progress and prosperity of both Pakistan and China is linked to development of the Gawadar and CPEC: Acting President Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani

Event Date: 2018-05-15

Acting President Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani has said that progress and prosperity of both Pakistan and China is directly linked to development of the Gawadar and CPEC. Chinese Companies would invest to the tune of Rs37 Billion in Gawadar and industrialization in the area would commence in a six month time.

The Acting President expressed these views during his visit to Gawadar on Tuesday. While inaugurating water treatment plant in Gawader he said that the federal government is taking concrete measures for resolving the issues of the local community. He said that the water treatment plant would provide 2 hundred thousand gallons of clean water to the people of the area and said that Chinese company is collaborating to enhance its capacity upto three millions gallons per day.

He said that Gawadar city is important for both the countries and the Chinese companies are heavily investing in the area as it would pave the way for rapid progress in both China and Pakistan. The investment would help create 8 thousands employment opportunities in addition to opening the avenues for development of the area.

Speaking on the occasion, Senator Kauda Babar said that the development of the CPEC is only possible with the uplifting of Gawader and CPEC and without it real progress would be just a dream.

Earlier, Acting President Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani visited Chinese Red Crescent hospital  in Gawader where he was informed that Nine Chinese Doctors are attending around 200 patients of the area on daily basis and providing best possible medical facilities to them. Acting President appreciated the cooperation and facilitations being extended by the Chinese peoples to the locals. Acting President also had a number of meetings with the representatives of the Chinese companies and notables of the area. He was briefed about different on-going development projects in the area