Five dams to be built to meet water shortage in Rawalpindi: Sarwar

Staff Reporter

Federal Minister for Aviation Sarwar Khan has said Rawalpindi Ring Road has been re-aligned.

Addressing a press conference at Public Secretariat he said to meet the water shortage, five dams would be built in Rawalpindi to increase water reserves while two dams under construction to be completed this year, the minister said.

He said the PTI government was giving special attention to the education sector as five-degree colleges in his constituency would be established whereas a technical University was approved in principle.

The minister said that vocational training Institutes were being set up, adding that skilled force, professional training was need of the hour to meet the challenges and provide employment opportunities to the youth.

“Rs. 65 crore has also been allocated for the completion of a hospital started by Chaudhry Nisar,” he told.

He termed the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) government was responsible for expensive electricity.

“If the price of oil goes up, electricity will become more expensive,” he pointed out.
He was of the view that the popularity graph of PTI had been going up for the last two weeks, adding the next two budgets would bring further improvement.

The government had focused to control inflation, adding unemployment was a more critical issue whereas 1.6 million people were sent abroad for employment in three years.

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