Govt completed record number of welfare projects: Zahid Hamid


SIALKOT: Federal Minister for Law Zahid Hamid has said that the PML-N government has completed a record number of social welfare projects across the country.

He was addressing a public meeting after inaugurating a gas supply scheme in village Labby (NA-114) near Pasrur on Saturday evening.

PML-N Youth Wing Overseas President Ali Zahid Khan and local leaders were also present on this occasion.

The minister said that the government was successfully fulfilling all its promises by ensuring early provision of all basic facilities to the people.

Zahid Hamid said that PML-N put the country on the road to political and economic stability. He said that the government had reduced the duration of load-shedding to a great extent. The minister further said that the government allocated special development funds worth Rs 3 billion for reconstruction of Sialkot-Pasrur Road and converting it into a dual carriageway.

He said that the project would be completed during the current fiscal year, while the construction work on the main Pasrur-Charwah Road, Badiana-Nakhnal-Bhaagowal Road and Sialkot-Phalora Road was in progress. Work on Daska-Pasrur-Narowal Road has also been started, he added.

He said that the Punjab government has also released funds for the upgradation of Pasrur THQ Civil Hospital.

He hoped that PML-N would also emerge victorious in the General Elections of 2018.