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Nawaz promises end of power crisis during his govt tenure

BAHAWALPUR: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Tuesday said that he did not make the claims eradicating crippling power crisis in a year, ARY News reported.

Addressing gathering of Pakistan Muslim League – Nawaz (PML-N) workers, PM Sharif said that he was advised by some people to promise resolution of the energy crisis within six months. “But I told them I would not lie with the nation.” I promised an end of the power crisis within five years, he said.

He expressed his firm resolve to overcome the energy problem during the tenure of his government.

The Prime Minister said government is fully aware about the problems specially energy crises being faced by the masses.

The Prime Minister said work on three projects for production of electricity through gas is in progress which will produce three thousand and six hundred megawatts electricity after completion by next year.

He added that the trend of ousting elected governments should end.

“The mandate to rule is given by the people are somebody else ousts an elected government. If the governments were made to rule, the situation of the country would have been much different”, PM Sharif said.

“Somebody should answer why our governments were shown the door”, he added.

The prime minister said that world institutions have acknowledged that Pakistan is on the path of development.

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