Agenda of enemies against progress would be foiled: Nawaz Sharif

SANGLA HILL: Prime Minister (PM) Nawaz Sharif has asserted on Friday that agenda of enemies of progress would be foiled.
The premier inaugurated an interchange on Faisalabad-Pindi Bhattian Road. He addressed a rally afterwards and announced different development projects in the area.
“The three point seven kilometer long interchange has been completed at a cost of two hundred and ninety nine point two (299.202) million rupees and has a four hundred and forty meter wide service road, two toll plazas and a traffic control room,” the government stated.
During his address, the Prime Minister said that the federally ruling party was bringing developmental changes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) among other provinces despite the fact that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) was primarily supposed to work for the welfare of the people in KP.
Nawaz Sharif announced provision of gas to the area given the fact that numerous areas lacked gas supply and locals used cylinders for domestic purposes.
Construction of a two-way expressway was also vowed by the premier from the interchange to Tabba Shah Baloch. He reiterated that energy crisis in the country would be curbed by 2018 as various development projects were underway. Terrorism in Karachi was eliminated through efforts of Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, he asserted.