The Chief Minister Balochistan, Jam Kamal Khan has stated that the youth are the future of the country and we are proud of them, however, the province has been lacking investment in human resource. We could not get sufficient results due to the lack of investment in the capacity building of youngsters.
He said that it becomes easier to show talent when the desired opportunities and the proper platform is available to do so.
He also said that the provincial government has launched the talent hunt program for polishing the potential of the youth.
This and similar other views were expressed by the Chief Minister while speaking on the occasion of the competition of still photography and short duration documentaries about tourism in the Noori Naseer Khan Complex Quetta on Sunday.
The competition was organized by the Directorate of Tourism, Government of Balochistan.
The Advisor to Chief Minister for Youth Affairs, Culture and Tourism, Abdul Khaliq Hazara, spokesman of Government of Balochistan, Liaquat Shahwani, renowned artists belonging to the province including Amanullah Nasar, Hameed Sheikh, Asal Din Khan, Director Tourism, Qaiser Khan Nasar and others attended the ceremony.
The Chief Minister on the occasion pointed out that there are immense beautiful places in the vast area of Balochistan in addition to the most ancient civilization of Mehr Garh. He said that both hot and cold areas are located at fewer distances in the province. And the long coastal belt fall in the province’s jurisdiction is also known to everyone.
He said that the islands are developed artificially in the world by spending billions of rupees. But, Allah Almighty has blessed Balochistan the naturally built Islands to attract the tourists, he maintained.
Similarly, the mountainous ranges and deserts in the province also have uniqueness throughout the world, adding he mentioned further.
Referring to the measures being taken by the government for the promotion and development of tourism, the Chief Minister said that the government is building resorts for highlighting the beautiful tourist and historic places that exist across the province.
Moreover, measures are also being taken for rehabilitation of the historic buildings and archeological sites, he said.
Earlier, the Chief Minister went round of different sections of the Noori Naseer Khan complex. He also watched the photographs put on display in completion there.