ISLAMABAD (INP) - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani has reiterated that the development of Balochistan would remain a priority of the government as its uplift linked to the national progress and prosperity. Removing the deprivation of Balochistan was my personal mission and I will make sure that it is accomplished, said the prime minister while talking to Science and Technology Minister Changez Khan Jamali who called on him at the Prime Ministers House here on Tuesday. He said his announcement to visit Balochistan every month shows the importance attached by the government for public welfare in the province. He said that he would personally inaugurate the different projects including the grid station at Dera Murad Jamali and Dadu-Khuzdar electricity transmission line are part while a number of infrastructure projects has already planned for the province. He referred to his earlier statement given in Quetta during his recent visit that the doors for political dialogue with the disgruntled elements are open in the larger interest of progress and prosperity of the people of the province. The prime minister said that the government understands the critical situation prevailing in Balochistan and believes in political solution to the problems. He said that the government would go an extra mile to address their just grievances. He said that he has decided to convene the special meeting of federal cabinet in Balochistan right after the conclusion of budget session. The meeting, he added, would ponder over strategies for the provinces development. He said that the government was taking all the stakeholders on board to find a negotiated settlement of the issues. He said that the 18th Amendment and the 7th NFC Award have redirected the resources and political and administrative authority towards provinces and Balochistan happens to be the most beneficiary in this regard. The Prime Minister said that Aagaz-i-Haqooq-i-Balochistan initiative launched by his government in 2009 is not the end but the beginning of process of providing due rights and resources to the Balochs and it would stay the course. Earlier, the minister apprised the prime minister of socio-economic and political situation in Balochistan. He thanked the federal government for special attention to strengthening the embankments of rivers in the province and informed the PM that the watercourses have started supply of water to different areas, including Dera Murad Jamali. The minister said that the prime ministers recent visit to Quetta was greatly appreciated and helped remove the sense of isolation among the people of the province.