Mohmand dam to address water scarcity issue of Peshawar: PM Khan
PESHAWAR: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said construction of Mohmand dam to address water scarcity issues of Peshawar once it for all, ARY News reported on Friday.
This he said while addressing a ceremony held in the province’s Nishtar Hall to mark 100 days of the PTI government.
“Government is collecting funds for construction of Mohmand dam like Bhasha, plan is to provide potable drinking water to every Pakistani” PM contented.
He said people of Khyber Pakhtunkhuwa re-elected PTI to rule over the province for the second consecutive time over its performance of last five years in the province.
The premier said that the PTI not adopted political and traditional tactics to form government in KP again, adding the residents of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa don’t give second chances but they gave it to PTI in General Elections 2018.
“The second chance given by people of KP shows trust of people of KP in PTI,” the PM maintained.
Appreciating Chief Minister KP, the prime minister said, “Mahmood Khan is an honest and simple man.” He lauded CM KP’s efforts for constructing shelter home for the poor in the province.
Mr Khan said he sees no precedent in past that steps were taken for transforming Pakistan into a welfare state, “Policies were only formed to benefit small section of the society,” he lamented.
Unveiling government’s steps for uplifting of the education sector in the country, Prime Minister Imran Khan a uniform education system will be introduced in the country soon.
Terming the serving of masses, a top priority, PM urged ministers to ensure their presence at their respective offices on daily basis to come up with the expectations of the people of the province, according to the mandate that was given to PTI in 2018 General Polls.
Prime Minister Imran Khan revealed that two secretaries were working against elected government, “Ministers should take action against bureaucrats who are creating hindrances in rendering public services,” he added.
Imran Khan said he was ridiculed over selling PM’s house buffaloes, unfortunately no steps were taken after independence to narrow gap between people of the country and governments.