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‘Corruption’ rising in Pak’s Balochistan province, Minister stages walkout from assembly session

Minister for Science and Technology in Pakistans Balochistan province issued a walkout from the provincial assembly session on Monday. Minister for Planning and Development Noor Dummar said the province was concerned about irregularities in the recruitment process.

Quetta (Balochistan), January 25: According to a media report, a Minister for Science and Technology in Pakistan’s Balochistan province issued a walkout from the provincial assembly session on Monday, alleging corruption and irregularities in the recruitment process, claiming that the agriculture and food departments used outsiders whose names were not included in the list of candidates.Minister for Planning and Development Noor Dummar said the province was concerned about irregularities in the recruitment process, and that if no notice was given, he would hold a press conference to confirm all wrongdoings committed in the recruitment process with proof.Average Minister for Planning and Development Noor Buledi said: During the previous government’s tenure, Minister for Agriculture and Development Mir Asadullah Baloch returned to the house, claiming that he was not responsible According to him, immediate assistance can be given to the unemployed youth who have no employment in government.

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