Quetta: The lack of water and electricity brings women on roads

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The area of ​​Saryab in Quetta is largely deprived of basic facilities of life.

According to The Balochistan Post News Desk report, residents of Saryab-Mill area of ​​Quetta have closed the Saryab Road as a gesture of protest, due to the lack of electricity and water.

The road was closed by women and children.

The women and children participating in the Sit-in protest, said their protest will continue until their demands are resolved.

It should be noted that despite the Quetta being the capital of Balochistan, the city and surrounding areas are completely deprived of basic facilities.

SourceTBP

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