MANDI BAHAUDDIN : Advisor to Prime
Minister, MNA Nasir Iqbal Bosal has said that the
Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government has
fulfilled most of its promises made to masses during
its past four years rule.
He stated this while addressing a ceremony at Malakwal
Complex, in connection with inaugurating of
construction of Tehsil Complex, Judicial Road and new
chamber block for young lawyers at Malakwal, Mandi
Bahauddin district on Monday.
The Advisor to PM said that the Punjab government had
allocated Rs 25 million for the construction of Tehsil
Complex alongside the Judicial Complex and construction
work of Tehsil Complex would start in the next month.
Nasir Iqbal Bosal asked that three girl’s degree
colleges in NA 109 constituency including Bosal Sukha
and Rukkan areas had been functioned and hundreds of
village girls were facilitating higher education. Two
girl’s degree colleges for Haria and Bherowal have been
approved and their construction work will be started
soon, he stated.
The Adviser to PM informed that families of three
lawyers of Malakwal Bar Association, who died in a road
accident in Chilas during a sports festival, would be
compensated by the Punjab government.
Deputy Commissioner (DC) Hafiz Shaukat Ali, Assistant
Commissioner (AC) Asif Iqbal Chouhan, President Bar
Muzaffar Iqbal, President PML-N tehsil Malakwal Rao
Muhammad Tariq and a numbers of lawyers were also
present on this occasion.
Later Nasir Iqbal Bosal inaugurated the construction
work of a carpeted road from Chak Raib to Sunn Bridge
alongside lower canal Jhelum for judicial complex. He
also inaugurated the Tehsil Complex and news chambers
of young lawyers.
Originally published by INP