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Pervaiz inaugurates 201MW power plant

Pervaiz inaugurates 201MW power plant

LAHORE – Water and Power Federal Minister Raja Pervaiz Ashraf inaugurated the 201MW Reshma Power Plant in Raiwind on Saturday. The plant is currently contributing 40MW as test generation to the national grid.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony, he said that energy was the greatest challenge to the present democratic government that was inherited by the previous regime. The failure of the past government was manifested from the fact that it did not add even a single mega watt to

‘Pervaiz Elahi lacked charisma’

ISLAMABAD: PML-Q leader Pervaiz Elahi lacks personal charisma of other major political leaders, but his political instincts and organisational skills more than compensate for the deficiency, former US ambassador Anne W Patterson was quoted by WikiLeaks as saying.
“The Pakistan Muslim League has unofficially selected former Punjab chief minister Pervaiz Elahi as its candidate for prime ministership following 2008 national election. Elahi lacks the personal charisma of other major

Govt policies are shattering people’s confidence: Pervaiz

LAHORE: Flawed policies of the federal government are shattering the confidence of the masses and the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) has failed to show a commitment in resolving the problems of the nation, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Pervaiz Malik said on Monday in a press release.
He said that the federal government was playing havoc with the country and was busy in hurting the business community and the common man. Pervaiz said

Pervaiz condemns gas load-shedding to industries

Member of the National Assembly (MNA) Mohammad Pervaiz Malik has condemned the decision of three day gas load-shedding in a week and termed it as a step to annihilate the whole industrial sector.
Mohammad Peraiz Malik, in a press statement issued on Tuesday, said that the condition of trade and industry was already fragile due to baseless policies of the present regime and thought that the gas load-shedding policy would completely collapse the industry.