QUETTA – Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal on Thursday reaffirmed his vows to ‘stay down’ with the ‘people of the province who are suffering’ until he ensures the complete eradication of the coronavirus pandemic.
Talking to The Dependent in an exclusive video interview, the CM said that he is here to stay and that COVID-19 and its supporters should be worried.
“I am not going anywhere. I will not climb back up the beanstalk until I defeat coronavirus thoroughly throughout Balochistan,” he said.
The Balochistan CM further maintained that it is his stature that will help him fight the crisis that is not only marring the province, but the entire country and the world.
“I am a giant of not just Balochistan politics, but also Pakistani politics. Whenever I smell a crisis, be it alive, or be it dead, I’ll grind it to make my bread,” Kamal vowed.
Further elaborating the government’s plans to fight and defeat the coronavirus, the Balochistan chief minister underlined that awareness campaigns are been created for the entirely of the province. These will included campaigns on TV, print and social media.
“We are also penning exclusive books for the crisis. One of these is called Jam and the Baloch Stock,” Kamal added.