Speaker National Assembly, Asad Qaiser has attributed the current hardships, price-hike, unemployment and others problems to past governments. Inaugurating construction work on various development schemes in district Swabi on Saturday, Asad Qaiser said that the policies of last 35 years are now putting negative impacts. However, he was confident that under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, the nation would overcome all crises including unemployment and price hike.
The projects inaugurated by the Speaker National Assembly were included the construction of 4-kilometer small canal from Bilal Masjid at the cost of Rs.69 million, 1.4 kilometer Dara Bridge-Panjpir Road at the cost of Rs.24 million, 1.2 kilometer Narrary Lar to Zindai Panj Road at the cost of Rs.18.803 million and two Funeral Prayers Mosques at Jamalabad and Junaid Panjpir at the cost of Rs.3 million each.
The Speaker said that PTI has given representation to Swabi and the people of the district will never forget it. He said that the projects initiated for the development and welfare of coming generations will leave ever-lasting impact on the people of the area.
Earlier, he said that tubewells would be installed in various areas of Jhanda, Kandao and Buko for providing potable water to the residents and growing crops.
Talking to an English daily he said these were the difficult terrains and the people, particularly growers, confronted problems, but they should not be worried because the government was determined to end their sense of deprivation.
Mr Qaisar said he had met with the elders on Saturday during the inauguration of Jhanda-Pabini Road which cost Rs81 million, who lauded completion of the road as it would facilitate them a lot. He said the tubewells would soon be dipped to meet the longstanding demand of the locals.
To a question, he said: “We never make empty pledges like the leaders of some other political parties.” He said the government had already initiated various projects and more were expected to be inaugurated soon. Mr Qaisar said women university building at Kotha would be completed soon, adding existing electricity transmission line would be replaced to help resolve the low voltage problem.