PM Shehbaz Reiterates Commitment To Eradicating The Threat Of Terrorism.

Speaking at a gathering following the groundbreaking of development projects in DI Khan is Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.

Speaking at a gathering following the groundbreaking of development projects in DI Khan is Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif reaffirmed his commitment on Monday to use all of Pakistan’s resources to eradicate the threat of terrorism as the nation has seen an increase in terrorist attacks.

The prime minister pledged to take all necessary measures to bring terrorism in all of its manifestations under control in the nation while speaking at an event in Dera Ismail Khan.

The pledge came from PM Shehbaz as he discussed recent acts of militancy around the nation, focusing in particular on the Bannu operation against the Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP), whose terrorists occupied the Counter-Terrorism Department compound before being driven out by security forces.

The security officers in Bannu bravely fought off the terrorists. The last weeks have once again seen an increase in terrorist acts. Pakistan’s heroes are those in Bannu who chose martyrdom. The premier made the remark while speaking at a gathering after the beginning of development initiatives in DI Khan.

He shared with the audience his trip to the Rawalpindi Hospital where he met soldiers who had been hurt during the Bannu operation. The wave of terrorist assaults that occurred in Balochistan a day earlier were also discussed by the prime minister.

Yesterday, there was again another terror attack in Balochistan. We are making a lot of effort to stop them. To end terrorism and bring about peace in Pakistan, we would use every available tool, said Premier Shehbaz.

programmes for development are launched

In his remarks on Pakistan’s growth, the prime minister claimed that the previous administration’s bad policies had driven the nation toward disaster.

Nawaz Sharif, the leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz, had dreamed of building motorways throughout the nation, and today he realised that ambition by launching development projects in the district of DI Khan. Additionally, [we] have built the motorway connecting Sukkur and Hyderabad. The motorways that Nawaz Sharif envisioned connecting Peshawar and Karachi already exist’

The former Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) administration was criticised by the premier for failing to complete the required infrastructure projects in DI Khan and Zhob.

“The DI Khan and Zhob corridor was not even given a single brick by the previous administration. The project that the federal government previously finished received no funding from the provincial government, he claimed.

The Chashma Right Bank Irrigation Project (CRBIP), according to the prime, will irrigate millions of acres of land in Chashma, Mainwali.

This administration has eight months. To safeguard the development of the nation, PM Shehbaz emphasised the necessity of constructing dams and pledged, “We will work day and night.

He promised ask WAPDA Chairman Lt. Gen. Sajjad Ghani to develop a strategy and provide information on the dam’s completion.

The premier added, in reference to the building of an airport, that it would be a waste of money to invest in the current airport because it is prone to flooding. He continued by saying that the government would complete the industrial state project to assure the airport’s success.

In a covert allusion to PTI Chairman Imran Khan, PM Shehbaz claimed that the former ruler had disrespected the nation by selling out priceless presents that foreign leaders had provided as a sign of their friendship with Pakistan’s people, but which he had instead done in open markets.

As Pakistan was on the point of default, he continued, Imran Khan was unaware of the impending economic catastrophe when taking the oath. However, the coalition government’s efforts, along with those of other pertinent institutions and national prayers, succeeded in saving the nation.

The country, according to the premier, is still having economic problems. Approximately $30 billion in losses were incurred by Pakistan as a result of floods, he continued, and these problems were made worse by global recession and inflation, the confrontation between Russia and Ukraine, and the excessive price of gas and oil on the world market.

Written by Aly Bukshi

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