Rs 40b being spent on Hafizabad uplift projects

Bashir Ahmad Rehmani

Member National Assembly, Choudhary Shoukat Ali Bhatti has said that federal and the Punjab governments are spending more than Rs.40 billion of rupees for executing several development schemes in the district Hafizabad for ensuring provision of various amenities of life to the people of the district.

He was addressing a gathering at village Nauthein, Ex-District Nazim and president PTI Hafizabad, Choudhary Mubashar Abbas Bhatti, prominent personalities of area Mazafar Ali, Ch. Sakinder Nawaz Bhatti, Nasurralh Bashir Sokhal and other workers of PTI and a large number of villagers attended the function.

On this occasion, Rai Ali Imran Kharal, Rai Ahmad Nawaz Kharal, Rai Abid Ali Kharal, Rai Imran Ullah Kharal and Rai Ikram Ullah Kharal announced to join PTI to leave PML-N and expressed their confidence on the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and Choudhary Mehdi Hassan Bhatti and MNA Choudhary Shoukat Ali Bhatti.

MNA Shoukat Ali Bhatti said that federal government had accorded approval to upgrade Grid Station Nokhar with the cost of five billion of rupees, establishment of new grid station at Kaleki Mandi and Veneki Tarar, improving electricity distribution network in the district with the cost of three billion of rupees to ensure provision of uninterrupted electricity supply.

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