CM Balochistan Asks to Invest in Gwadar Before Its Too Late

Chief Minister Balochistan, Sanaullah Zehri, has invited the business community from Karachi to invest in Gwadar, before it’s too late. Currently property is available on nominal prices and there’s an investor friendly regime in place, he says.

Sanaaullah Zehri was addressing as the chief guest during Balochistan’s Elite Club introductory event, Gwadar Gymkhana. Ahmed Iqbal Baloch, President Gwadar Gymkhana, presented life membership certificate to CM Balochistan.

“This is the right time to invest in Gwadar because property value is affordable. If immediate investment is missed, property value will be much higher and could become unaffordable soon.” CM added.

Sanaullah Zehri said that, the business community must take advantage of investor friendly status of the city. Gwadar is a safe investment and will be return massive profits. Foreign and local investors are visiting Gwadar every day, looking for opportunity.

He promises world class infrastructure for the coastal city which is now the gateway to the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).

“Like Singapore and other coastal cities, modern infrastructure and entertainment facilities will be developed. Gwadar will be the most modern and commercial city of Pakistan. To achieve this, a master plan has been prepared.” Sanaullah added.

CM said that CPEC is the economic jugular vein of Pakistan and particularly Balochistan, which will benefit the most.

Current government has connected the province via roads. In past it took 2 days to reach Gwadar from Quetta. Now, its just an 8 hour journey.

“You can have breakfast in Quetta and lunch in Gwadar on the same day” Sanaullah Zehri added.

While talking to the media, CM claimed that the people of Balochistan are on board for CPEC. Development and prosperity is the people’s wish and they reject all negative propaganda.


  • MR AJAZ HUSSAIN

    Excellent so happy for Pakistan. All overseas pakistanis invest in your country now is the time. Don’t leave it too late.