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Wednesday, May 22, 2024

Motorway to be built from Islamabad to Gilgit: Aleem Khan

189 officers from the Motoway Police graduated. Furthermore, 100 officials from the FIA also graduated. Minister while addressing the passing out parade said that no one has ever tried to bribe the motorway officials,

Federal Minister for Communication Aleem Khan announces to construction of a motorway from Islamabad to Gilgit. He made this announcement while addressing the passing out parade of the patrol officers at the National Highway and Motorway Training Center in Sheikhupura.

His priority is however the construction and completion of Sukkur-Hyderabad Motorway. The minister added that the government also plans to build motorways in the northern region of Pakistan. Talking about the Islamabad-Gilgit Motorway, he said that it would be a game-changer for the region.

“I salute and congratulate all the people who participated in the passing-out,” he said. Moreover, the federal minister announced a reward of one-month salary for the 289 officers of the department.

189 officers from the Motoway Police graduated. Furthermore, 100 officials from the FIA also graduated. Minister while addressing the passing out parade said that no one has ever tried to bribe the motorway officials, and he wishes for this tradition to continue.

Aleem Khan a former party member of Pakistan Tehreek-I-Insaf is now a part of the IPP with Jahangir Tareen. Several other leaders from PTI also joined the party. PTI’s Andleeb Abbas, Sadia Sohail, and Sumaira Bokhari joined the IPP.

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Andleeb Abbas said: “The IPP will make a strong Pakistan. We have a cause to follow which is above from a party and an individual. We have joined the IPP for a cause.”

Sadia Sohail said: “We are sitting here together for Pakistan. May 9 should not have happened. All institutions should be respected.”

Sumaira Bokhari said nothing was more important than Pakistan. When asked why they chose to join hands with Tareen and Aleem Khan who [allegedly] represent mafias in the country and their reason to quit the PTI, the trio chose not to respond to any of the queries.