ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday announced the opening of 3G and 4G facility in South Waziristan, a mountainous region of northwest Pakistan.
The premier announced this while addressing a ceremony concerning the distribution of cheques amongst the tribal people under the Kamyab Jawan Program.
The opening of 3G and 4G would facilitate the youth. “He said the internet services were closed due to terrorism in these areas, adding that forces had feared that the terrorists could have used these technologies for communication,” the PM explained.
“Our security forces have secured internet services from now on ward, and we have a mechanism to monitor all activities. After security clearnce , it has been decided to launch internet services to facilitate the residents, particularly students, as most educational institutions had started online classes,” he informed.
PM Imran also shared that the news with the people of Waziristan while addressing a Kamyab Jawan Programme’s cheque distribution ceremony in Wana.
The premier assured the people that the government will also allocate more scholarship for the people of the area.
He said the loans under the Kamyab Jawan Program are just the beginning and its scope will be further expanded. He said more funds will be poured into the program from next year so that more loans could be given to the people.
The PM said assistance will also be provided to the tribal people under the Ehsaas program. He also distributed cheques to the youth under the Kamyab Jawan Programme.