Oman army to recruit 350 Baloch youths

Published November 26, 2014
The image shows school children in Balochistan. — Photo by Syed Ali Shah
The image shows school children in Balochistan. — Photo by Syed Ali Shah

GWADAR: Oman has announced that it will recruit Baloch youths in its army from the Gwadar, Kech and Panjgur districts of Makran.

According to sources, an official delegation from Oman army would be visiting Gwadar soon to complete the recruitment process.

They said that applications had been invited by the officials concerned of the Oman army through the deputy commissioners of the three districts.

“Today is the last day for submission of applications,” an official in Gwadar said on Tuesday. Hundreds of educated Baloch from these districts have already submitted their applications in this regard.

Published in Dawn, November 26th, 2014

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