Punjab CM directs to finalize matters of waste-to-energy power plant project as soon as possible

Punjab Chief Minister Chaudhary Parvez Elahi has directed authorities concerned to finalize the matters of waste-to-energy power plant project as soon as possible.

Talking to a delegation of German company in Lahore on Sunday, he said green field power plant will provide economical electricity to Punjab and it will also solve the issue of garbage disposal.

He said the installation of environment friendly plants is the need of the hour in the context of climate change and the project will also help to deal with the issue of smog and environment pollution.

On this occasion, the delegation informed the Chief Minister that the project will create five thousand jobs.

Source: Radio Pakistan

MoRA dissociates fraudulent recruiting agencies seeking ‘Khadmeen’ for Saudi Arabia

Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony, expressing dissociation from the fraudulent recruiting agencies seeking ‘Khadmeen’ for Saudi Arabia, has called for a stern action against them to save the public money. 

Talking to APP, the Ministry’s spokesperson Muhammad Umar Butt asked people to beware of fraudulent advertisements seeking Khadmeen for Saudi Arabia.

He said the fraudsters are pretending themselves as officials of the Religious Affairs Ministry to trap the innocent people who want to proceed to Saudi Arabia for employment purposes.

Source: Radio Pakistan

President Alvi expresses grief, sorrow over martyrdom of soldiers in North Waziristan

President Dr. Arif Alvi has expressed deep grief and sorrow over the martyrdom of Naib Subidar Javed Iqbal and Naik Hussain Ahmed in an IED blast in North Waziristan.

In a statement on Sunday, he said the nation is indebted to the martyrs who sacrificed their lives while protecting the motherland. 

According to ISPR, Naib Subidar Javed Iqbal and Naik Hussain Ahmed embraced martyrdom in an IED blast in Eesham area of North Waziristan.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Govt struggles to over come economic crisis being faced by country

Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl Chief Maulana Fazl-ur-Rehman says the incumbent government is waging struggle to rid the country of economic crisis brought about by PTI Chairman Imran Khan.

Talking to media persons in Multan on Sunday, he said the economic instability was solely caused by the PTI Chief, who held the reins for almost four years and led the country towards default.

The JUI-F Chief said Pakistan Democratic Movement foiled the designs of Imran Khan by dislodging his government.

He said Imran Khan is doing politics on the anti-corruption narrative but he never took action against its party members involved in corruption.

Maulana Fazl ur Rahman said Imran Khan also damaged institutions, and slowed down the pace of work on China Pakistan Economic Corridor.

He said the incumbent government is making efforts to address inflation by adopting short term policies.

Source: Radio Pakistan