Balochistan all set for livestock expo on 18th

Published November 13, 2019
CM's adviser says exhibition is aimed at promoting cattle farming. — dutchnews.nl/File
CM's adviser says exhibition is aimed at promoting cattle farming. — dutchnews.nl/File

QUETTA: Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan Alyani has said that by organising the Livestock Expo, scheduled to be held from Nov 18 to 20, his government is trying to boost investment in the province which will improve its image nationally as well as internationally.

Claiming the three-day exhibition, to be held at the University of Balochistan, would be the largest in the province’s history, the chief minister said they were looking at all aspects of its arrangements including its security plan.

Earlier, adviser to the chief minister for livestock and dairy development Mitha Khan Kakar told APP: “The livestock expo is aimed at promoting cattle farming in the province and to increase meat production in the country.”

India’s declining red meat exports are creating a space for Pakistan in the Middle Eastern market, according to a recent Dawn report.

Published in Dawn, November 13th, 2019

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