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Anarchy was tried to be spread in country during PML-N tenure: PM

Anarchy was tried to be spread in country during PML-N tenure: PM
SIALKOT (Monitoring/APP) – Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi on Monday said anarchy was
tried to be spread in the country during Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) tenure.
Inaugurating an international terminal at Sialkot airport, PM described it as a milestone which will prove
to be productive for the country. He said that the National Highway Authority (NHA) chairman has given
him a detailed briefing on the road infrastructure projects in the area.
A greenfield airport is a new airport constructed at an undeveloped site in contrast to the brownfield
project where the already operational infrastructure is modified or upgraded.
The Prime Minister lauded the funding and patience of the business community of Sialkot that made this
project a reality.
He mentioned that the businessmen of Faisalabad also showed keen interest in establishment of a
similar airport in their locality, to which he assured them full support of the government.
He said the development projects were in accordance with the vision and hard work of former prime
minister Nawaz Sharif, adding that Pakistan Muslim League-N always focused on such projects for the
betterment of common man.
He said the PML-N was the only political party of the country which unprecedentedly launched and
completed projects.
Prime Minister Abbasi said the government had been able to overcome the shortage of electricity for
next 15 years besides addressing the gas crisis for consumers across the country.
He said the government completed the power generation projects of 10,000 mega watts and added that
reduction in rates of electricity and gas was also under consideration.

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