PM Imran Khan and Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal shaking hands
PM Imran Khan and Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal shaking hands

PM Khan to deal Balauchistan gas and energy crisis, Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan on Wednesday called Prime Minister Imran Khan and looked for help for managing continuous gas and vitality emergency in the region.

Rescue and help tasks in snow hit regions of the territory, restoration of the influenced families, by and large circumstance of the area and different issues were examined during the telephonic discussion.

Jam Kamal told the PM that lack of gas and power has duplicated the tragedies of nearby individuals in the midst of incredibly brutal chilly climate.

PM Imran Khan guaranteed the Balochistan CM of each conceivable assistance for conquering the power and gas emergency in the territory.

Prior in the day, with the temperature falling beneath short 10 degrees centigrade, delayed gas load shedding had duplicated the tragedies of individuals in Ziarat, zone of Balochistan.

Sources had said that the coldest locale of Balochistan had stayed without gas for the second sequential day on Wednesday.

Authorities of Sui Southern Gas Company had said that the demand for gas heightened in the winter season and they were confronting challenges to fulfill the customers need attributable to shortage of gas.

Balochistan Governor retired Justice Amanullah Khan Yasinzai on Saturday also expressed concern “In such harsh weather, low gas pressure and unannounced load-shedding are causing immense difficulties to people,” he stated.

PM Khan promised to deal Balauchistan gas and energy crisis, The water-starved region faced floods in 2007, earthquake in 2013 and snowfall and flooding in 2020. Every calamity left a trail of deaths, destruction and displacement. The recent flooding has demolished 20,000 houses in south Balochistan. It was left to local heroes to rescue stranded people.

Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) General Manager Madni Siddiqui told the participants “The problem of gas shortfall will be addressed on a priority level,” Siddqui further said. “We have been carrying out action against the use of illegal compressors and gas theft.”

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