The government will provide vehicles for security by phasing out all rental vehicles for homeland security. For the first time, the government created vacancies and provided the necessary resources to the police force.
Chief Minister Gilgit-Baltistan Khalid Khursheed said so at the provincial cabinet meeting on Tuesday. He said the Gilgit-Baltistan Overseas Commission is being set up as the vision of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan.
This will help to prioritize the problems of foreign citizens of Gilgit-Baltistan. The CTD will be made fully operational for the comprehensive prevention of terrorist crimes, in this regard the federal government is recommended for the positions required for the CTD, Khalid added.
The chief minister said that there are vast opportunities for mountaineering in Gilgit-Baltistan, given that the provincial government is organizing high-level training at the international level for the first time.
It has a very positive impact on adventure tourism and the economy. Khalid Khurshid, on the occasion of the meeting of the provincial cabinet, asked the provincial secretary of health to ensure the rapid repair of the CT and MRI machines. Providing the best medical care to the people of Gilgit-Baltistan is one of our priorities. The tenure of young doctors is also historic and was taken over by the GB government.
The Chief Minister ordered to complete the process of titling doctors as soon as possible under the Law on Regularization of Doctors. CM GB further stated that the government was taking all possible measures to ensure the supply of quality wheat to the population.
Take tough action against employees and others involved in the theft and smuggling of wheat. Complaints regarding the involvement of government employees in poaching are received in this regard.
The Secretary of Forestry and Wildlife has been tasked with submitting a bill for strict departments and penalties against those involved in poaching in the relevant forum.
Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Minister Khalid Khurshid said compensation for loss of life and valuable property in natural disasters has been reviewed and compensation for damage has been significantly increased.