Govt committed to overcome energy crises in country: Asad Qaiser
ISLAMABAD: Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser on Sunday said the government was committed to overcome the energy crises in the country.
“Efforts are underway to make minimum load shedding during the holy month of Ramazan,” Asad Qaiser said while addressing a function in Swabi.
The speaker said affective strategy would be devised to further strengthen Peshawar Electric Supply Company (PESCO) system in the province to provide uninterrupted electricity to the people.
On April 20, Asad Qaiser had inaugurated two Sui gas supplying projects in Swabi.
“Provision of gas is the basic right of the people of the area. We will ensure supply of gas to every house of the district,” Asad Qaiser had said while inaugurating the gas supplying projects in Baam Khel and Topi Tehsil of Swabi. The projects have been completed with an estimated cost of Rs60 million and Rs40 million.
He had said service to residents of Swabi was his mission above any politics.
“Economic woes of country are the result of spendthrift spending and wrong policies adopted by the previous governments,” he had said.
The speaker NA had said that longstanding demand of Baam Khel residents had been fulfilled adding Sui gas would be provided to other areas of Swabi very soon.