Shahbaz Shareef, the prime minister, has pledged that all public welfare initiatives will be carried out in total openness.
He said this on Thursday during a ceremony in Islamabad to officially launch the Blue Line and Green Line Metro Bus Service. He continued by saying that anyone found to have been careless in the execution of these initiatives will face legal repercussions.
The Prime Minister reaffirmed their commitment to collaborating to help the nation overcome enormous obstacles. He predicted that Pakistan would arrive at its goal for growth.
He expressed satisfaction with the drop in petroleum product prices on the global market and predicted that it will assist reduce the current inflationary pressures on the populace.
The transition to solar energy for tube wells, governmental structures, hospitals, schools, buildings, and homes is being planned in detail. The country would be released from the costly electricity currently generated by the production of oil and gas.
The federal cabinet’s introduction of the new transportation service is a significant development that will help various societal groups. To provide as many people as possible access, this service ought to remain free for a month. Additionally, money would be allocated for the Koral to Rawat signal-free Islamabad expressway.
Rana Sanaullah, the interior minister, stated that plans call for thirty billion rupees worth of development for the federal capital.
He stated that the signal-free Islamabad highway from Koral to Rawat would be officially opened after Eidul Azha and that the project’s funding would be increased from 30% to 100% for the current fiscal year.
The federal capital’s urban and rural residents will now have access to a new transportation service, according to the interior minister’s announcement on Thursday. He claimed that Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, has always placed a high priority on raising people’s standards of living.
The remuneration of the police in Islamabad has been equalised with that of the Punjab police, according to the interior minister. A few rules have also been altered to enable the FC to function as an anti-riot force to deal with lawbreakers and anarchists.
The families of martyrs and those who died in the line of duty have received 1.22 billion rupees, according to the interior minister.