Pakistan

PM repeats promise to end load-shedding in three years

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Thursday once again vowed to end load-shedding across the country in next three years, ARY News reported.

The prime minister says that there is no place in the country where 18 hours of power load management is being carried out, but the Opposition Leader Khursheed Shah denied it in case of rural areas.

In his address with the National Assembly ((NA), PM Sharif told that rapid works are underway on power projects in Karachi, Thar and Hub.

He claimed that the load-shedding will be finished in next three years.

The premier said that the motorway projects in all the four provinces will also be accomplished in these years.

Moreover, he appealed the opposition to play its role for the development of Gwadar.

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