A new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is planned, says PM’s aide. They would soon build another business on the Islamabad-Peshawar motorway (M-1) to assist farmers in supplying agricultural products to markets. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said Monday during Hazro and Hassanabdal.
The interchange would be located near the village of Haroon and would benefit not just the local populace but also farmers — particularly vegetable producers — in bringing their products to market. A new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is planned, says PM’s aide.
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The PM’s adviser alleged that the cancellation of the New Zealand cricket team’s tour to Pakistan resulted from “hidden hands.” “Under Prime Minister Imran Khan’s leadership, Pakistan’s image in the eyes of the world has significantly improved, particularly as a result of wise decisions regarding the Afghan issue,” he said, adding that the electronic voting machine (EVM) is a permanent technological solution to the menace of electoral rigging and maneuvering in elections.
He stated that all stakeholders should embrace this machine to enhance democracy’s transparency, noting that corrupt elements do not want this, which is why bad propaganda is being produced against it.
According to the PM’s adviser, a new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is being planned.
For Rs60 million, 45 filtration plants are being installed in various towns and villages of NA-55, including Attock, Hazro, and Hasanabdal, he said, adding that a share of the hydropower profit from the Ghazi Barotha project will now be given to Attock district, and will supply gas to 35 villages in NA-56.
Classes at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University (Attock campus) would commence this year, he said, adding that the university will offer admissions in BS Agriculture, BS Mathematics, BS Computer Science, and BS Economics. A new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is planned, says PM’s aide.
This campus will be entirely supported by the public sector, which will be a boon for students from low-income households admitted based on merit. Once operational, the institution will be able to house over 30,000 students and offer employment possibilities on site. According to the PM’s adviser, a new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is being planned.
Mr. Aslam continued, “The campus will feature foreign-trained Ph.D. faculty and state-of-the-art amenities, including student hostels.”
Additionally, he announced a Rs20 million development project for hamlet Haroon, including installing a filtration plant, re-carpeting the main road, and other civic amenities during the current fiscal year.
Later that year, he opened freshly rebuilt classrooms at local boys’ schools, which cost Rs3.3 million to finish. According to the Prime Minister, a new Islamabad-Peshawar interchange is in the works.
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