Electricity to be produced from waste in Punjab: senior minister
'Last govt defamed foreign companies'
LAHORE: Senior Minister Punjab Abdul Aleem Khan has said that big projects would be started in Punjab to produce electricity and energy and for this purpose foreign companies, including from China, would be invited.
“China has great contribution in Pakistan and recent tour of Prime Minister Imran Khan has opened new avenues in this regard,” he said this while talking to the delegation of Bureau Group Company of China in which detailed discussion was held to work in waste management, low cost housing, infrastructure and other sectors for Punjab.
He said that in the coming days more bilateral relations would be developed and all-out cooperation would be offered to the organisations intend to work here in Punjab.
He assured that now there would be no kick back and work would be done with transparency and full security would be given to foreign workers.
Abdul Aleem Khan said that through 100 days’ plan a strategy was being evolved to ensure sustainable and long-term development in the province.
In the meeting, Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan offered the Chinese delegation for investing in Punjab in waste management, low-cost housing, infrastructure and other fields. He said that Imran Khan has an aim to establish a corruption-free society for which practical work has already been started.
He said that apart from China other countries were also interested in investing in important sectors of Punjab which would bring new developments for the masses.
On this occasion, Chinese delegation expressed its deep interest in waste management, infrastructure, low cost housing and other sectors for which reasonable size of investment would be made in Punjab. They also expressed hope that after the induction of the new government in Punjab more developmental activities would be managed.