SIALKOT: MNA Ch. Armughan Subhani has said that the time was ripe to fulfill all the political promises made to the masses, saying that the government was also striving to eliminate backwardness of the Sialkot border villages by raising the living standard of the Sialkot border villages’ people by ensuring easy and smooth provision of all basic facilities at their door steps.
He stated this while addressing a public meeting at Sialkot border village Kundanpur near Sucheetgarh along the Sialkot Working Boundary here on Sunday. He expressed complete solidarity with the Pakistan people living in Sialkot border villages against the hostilities of Indian Border Security Forces (BSF) along the Sialkot Working Boundary here.
He added that early elimination of the backwardness of the Sialkot border villages was the priority of the government. He said construction work of projects of establishing Govt. Girls Degree College at bordering village Bajra Garhi and construction and conversion of Sialkot-Kingra Road, in Pasrur tehsil here along the Sialkot Working Boundary was briskly underway.
He said government was spending Rs.1.20 billion on these projects for providing the better education and communication facilities to local girl students and local people at local level.
Local MPAs Rana Liaqat Ali, Ch. Tariq Akhtar Subhani, Ch. Mohammad Ikram, MLA-AJK Ch. Mohammad Ishaq, PML-N leaders Ch. Mohammad Rafi, Rana Mohammad Iqbal, Sufi Mohammad Ishaq and Ch. Mohammad Latif were also present on this occasion.