ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said that the government's vision of governance is based on transparency and efficiency and there will be no compromise on both these components.
- Says aware of FATA requirements
MOS Communication Abdul Hakeem Baloch called on Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif at PM house.
The status of ongoing as well as future development projects across the country were discussed in detail during the meeting.
The Prime Minister was briefed that utmost transparency has been ensured while initiating these Motorway projects without compromising upon their implementation within the stipulated time-line, as such, these infrastructure development projects of worth Rs-800 billion, including CPEC Projects, will be completed during the next two to three years.
The Prime Minister said that the network of connectivity projects across the country will complement the regional connectivity initiative; speed up development process across the country; increase the economic growth of Pakistan and result in the generation of employment opportunities across the country.
Our development and reform agenda revolves around the progress and prosperity of the people of Pakistan, said the Prime Minister.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Friday said the government is very much alive to the needs for FATA reforms, and FATA's future will be decided as per the wishes and popular will of the people and no decision will be imposed on the tribesmen.
The Prime Minister stated in a meeting with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Governor Iqbal Zafar Jhagra who called on him at PM House.
Issues related to development of FATA were discussed during the meeting.
While appreciating the spirit of patriotism of tribal people, the Prime Minister said that tribal people had left their homes and native places for the great national cause and their sacrifices would never go in vain. It is my vision that the people of FATA enjoy the same standard of living as enjoyed by the citizens of the rest of Pakistan, he added. - NNI