Speaking in the National Assembly today (Friday), he said that Pakistan has registered major diplomatic successes on Kashmir and India is now resorting to propaganda campaign to hide its failures including the one it faced at the United Nations Security Council.
The Foreign Minister clarified that the stance of present government on Kashmir is the same which is of the entire nation. He said India is in defensive position like never before.
The National Assembly was informed on Friday that an additional amount of one hundred and ninety two billion rupees has been recovered as a result of PTI government’s successful campaign against power pilferage.
Minister for Power Omar Ayub Khan told the house during question hour that no load-shedding is being carried out on eighty percent feeders across the country.
The Minister said that an addition of 3,364 megawatts of power has been made in the national grid during the tenure of present government.
Omar Ayub said the government is giving priority to the Thar coal and renewable energy to produce electricity.
Minister for Communications Murad Saeed told the house that National Highway Authority intends to dualize 790 kilometer long Chaman-Quetta-Karachi road.
Murad Saeed reaffirmed government’s commitment to the construction of western route of China Pakistan Economic Corridor project.
Parliamentary Secretary for Human Rights Lal Chand told the house that a survey is being launched to determine the exact number of disabled persons in the country. He said the survey will help the government formulate suitable policies for the welfare of disabled persons.