ISLAMABAD: Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar, on Wednesday observed that he will not spare anyone that is responsible for the deplorable state of Balochistan province is today.
The remarks came as the CJP resumed hearing the suo motu case related to the shortage of water in the province, as former chief ministers Abdul Malik Baloch and Sanaullah Zehri appeared in court today.
When the court highlighted the poor state of schools in the province, Baloch said they require Rs62 billion to make new schools whereas the province’s total budget is Rs42 billion.
The chief justice lamented.”Everyone says they do not have funds.”
He further added that 6,054 schools in the province lack boundary walls and toilets while lakes are faced with drought.
Talking about the province’s health sector, Chief Justice Nisar remarked that he had witnessed very poor conditions at Balochistan’s government hospitals during a visit to Quetta.