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February 12, 2019

Room for repair

Newspost

February 12, 2019

Development seems to have eluded Hirronk, a village in Kech near Turbat with a population of over 10,000 people. Roads in the village are in a dilapidated condition and the relevant authorities have done little to repair them. The concerned officials have especially neglected a bridge in the village that was damaged a long time ago.

Since the bridge has not been repaired, residents have faced countless difficulties while travelling. Students who attend the only government college in Turbat have been most affected as many of them struggle to attend their classes on time. The residents of Hirronk require government support to repair the bridge as they don’t have the required funds to carry out the task on their own. Therefore, the relevant authorities are requested to address this problem on an urgent basis.

Nida Iqbal

Hirronk

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Roads in Balnigwar, a village in Dasht tehsil that is situated near Turbat, are in desperate need of repair. Villagers have been inconvenienced by this as they are finding it difficult to travel to the city. Since schools in Balnigwar don’t offer quality education, young people are expected to travel to other areas for their studies. The absence of proper roads could, therefore, impact their education.

I request the Balochistan government to take suitable steps to construct better road facilities and improve the quality of schools in the village.

Aqib Dad

Balnigwar

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