PM Shehbaz announces Rs2bn development grant for KP’s Shangla district – Pakistan

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif announced on Saturday a Rs 2 billion development grant to address civic and municipal issues related to water and road maintenance in the Shangla district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

At a large gathering held at Bisham tehsil in the Shangla region, he also announced the medical school.

Prime Minister Shevaz said among other measures he would work to ensure that the Furan Grid Station could be completed within three months and accelerate construction of the Visham-Kwajakhela highway.

The prime minister said Punjab would cut wheat prices, and he appealed to KP Prime Minister Mahmood Khan to do the same. He added that if the prime minister did not lower the price, he himself would “pay for cheap wheat”.

He added that wheat prices in KP and Punjab will remain at a similar level over the next few days.

Shehbaz reassured people that there will be no complaints with the government regarding wheat supplies because wheat is present in “enough quantities.” “Your own [provincial] The government should distribute it fairly and transparently,” he added.

He also appealed to the KP Prime Minister to provide free medicines and treatment for the poor in hospitals. Otherwise, Shevaz said he would solve the problem himself and guarantee free access to health care facilities.

Shehbaz said all hospitals across the country would cover free medical care if given the opportunity.

“Fellow KP citizens, I promise to rest only after solving basic problems.

The prime minister said he would work day and night to make KP a great province. He said that Pakistan will develop when KP, Sindh and Balochistan develop together with Punjab.

He also urged the people to fight and work for the development of the country. The prime minister said Saudi Arabia and Abu Dhabi had provided help during recent visits, but “begging” would not help revitalize the country.

Prime Minister Shevaz also lamented the performance of the PTI government: “historical” inflation, the incurring Rs. I did.

Referring to PTI president and former prime minister Imran Khan, Shebaz said he did not comment on the government’s achievements in his recent speech because he “has nothing”. [to show].”