SIALKOT, Oct 13 (APP): Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan Sunday evening inaugurated a gas supply in villages Walany, Koharh and Dhilum Ghazi in Sialkot.
She pledged to make all-out efforts for providing basic facilities to the local people at their doorsteps in her electoral constituency, NA-72, Sialkot-I.
Local people accorded her warm welcome upon here arrival in the Sialkot villages .While talking to newsmen at Dhillum Ghazi-Variyo village she said that the past rulers were responsible for inflation in the country who pushed the country in the quicksand of foreign loans, adding now they were busy in doing negative propaganda against the government for covering up their massive corruption.
The special assistant said the opposition was just trying to protect looters from accountability, adding they did not have any interest with the country.
She said Fazlur Rehman was instigating students of Mudrassas to join the Azadi March.
Dr Firdous said the provision of conducive atmosphere to investors and businessmen in Pakistan was the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, adding the Government was making strenuous efforts to facilitate the business community and mobilizing all resources to doing business more easy in the country.
The special assistant said no practical step had been taken by the previous regimes for resolving problems of business community as a result exports were reduced, but the PTI-led government would soon announce policy for betterment of the business community.
Also while addressing the participants of a public meeting after distributing Health Cards among the local deserving people at village Rehmatabad Union Council Partaanwali-Sialkot here she said New Pakistan was in the making under the dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, despite all the impediments created by the political opponents.
The special assistant further stated that opposition was trying to protect the looters from accountability.
She said Fazlur Rehman was instigating the students of Madrassas to join the Azadi March.
She said Prime Minister Imran Khan had promised to make Pakistan a country where equal justice would be available to both rich and poor.