Govt decides to establish markets at Pak-Iran border: Zubaida

Minister for Defence Production Zubaida Jalal said on Saturday, that in order to promote Pak-Iran trade ties, various steps would be taken to provide relief to the residents of Pak-Iran border areas of Balochistan.

Talking to a delegation of local elders, she said the government has decided to establish Border Markets at Pak-Iran border for legal start of trade at the places adjacent to the border.

The Minister said the government is paying 1.5 million rupees per acre for acquiring the land for establishing a border market at the places adjacent to the border corridors of Gabad area.

Zubaida Jalal said with the establishment of the Border Market, people of the border areas would avail trade facilities in a legal manner.

She said Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved the Southern Balochistan Package to alleviate the basic infrastructure and facilitate the region. 

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