He added that an LPG plant was being set up in every district of Balochistan.
The prime minister was chairing a meeting on the development projects of Balochistan at the Governor House in Quetta.
Earlier, chairing a meeting on law and order situation in the province Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi reiterated Federal Government's full support to Balochistan Government for improving law and order situation.
The meeting was attended amongst others by the governor and chief minister of Balochistan and SAFRON Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch.
Nawab Sanaullah Zehri apprised the Prime Minister that law and order situation in Balochistan has considerably improved as the back of the terrorists has been broken.
PM Abbasi also addressed the lack of facilities available for Shia pilgrims visiting Iran via road, and promised that the government would ensure that all kinds of facilities were provided to travellers at the Pak-Iran border in Taftan.
During the meeting, the Additional Chief Secretary (Development) presented a detailed briefing on the development projects including China Pakistan Economic Corridor, tube wells solarization, Special Economic Zones (SEZs), water management projects and oil and gas exploration projects. Security measures for Zaireen was also discussed in detail.
Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said the provincial government had given a proposal for this package, which was agreed upon by the federal government.
Talking to media men in Quetta on Tuesday evening, he said that democracy will prevail in the country and supremacy of law and constitution should be upheld.
The prime minister was accompanied by Minister for Science and Technology Dostain Khan Domki and National Security Adviser Nasser Khan Janjua.