3G internet service launched in Bajaur: PM
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan announced on Monday the launch of 3G internet service in Bajaur district.
“Another commitment fulfilled to bring what was FATA into the mainstream,” he tweeted.
“Last Friday in the jalsa I had promised the people of Bajaur 3 G service. Now 3 G service has been launched in Tehsil Khawar in Bajaur.”
Another commitment fulfilled to bring what was FATA into the mainstream. Last Friday in the jalsa I had promised the people of Bajaur 3 G service. Now 3 G service has been launched in Tehsil Khawar in Bajaur.
— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) March 25, 2019
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Mahmood Khan earlier today announced that the service had been launched in the tribal district. He said the prime minister had promised that the service would be introduced in line with the demand of some youths during a rally there.
“We are working to fulfill all your requests and provide all services in the northern areas,” he said, while congratulating the people of Bajaur on the launch of the service.
Last week, PM Khan had said the government had been planning to spend over Rs100 billion per annum for 10 years in the tribal districts that will usher an era of unprecedented development in the tribal areas.
“Living up to our commitment, a three-week consultative process on 10-year Development Plan for former Fata (Federally Administered Tribal Areas) is being initiated, starting from Bajaur,” the Prime Minister wrote in a tweet.
“Our people in the tribal area will see unprecedented development as the government plans to spend over Rs100 billion annually for 10 years in tribal districts,” he said.