BADIN: As upcoming general elections are nearing and preelection political activities start in the country, Speaker National Assembly Dr Fehmida Mirza along with former Sindh home minister Dr Zulfikar Miarza and MPA Barrister Hasnain Mirza on Saturday visited over 20 villages of Badin, including Wasi Pir Aali Shah, Malook Channa, Raees Nabi Bux Bhurgri, Lawari Sharif, Islmail Khan Jamali, Kadhan, Babu Khan Chang and Seerani, where she inaugurated various uplift schemes of gas, power supply and road carpeting.
Speaking at a ceremony, she said the Pakistan People’s Party during the last five years have provided sui gas to 90 villages of Badin district with a cost or Rs01 billion.
Fehmida said that PPP has always resolved people’s problems after coming into power.
She recalled that Shaheed Benazir Bhutto during her 1994 rule had provided sui gas to Badin.
The speaker said that they had given practical proof of serving people by ensuring uplift works in various areas.
“We have always been with people in their tough times.”
She said: “Our relation with people is old. We are from people and people are from us.”
She said that the PPP democratic government has carried out a record and historical development work in the country.