‘No power crises in the country’, claims PM Abbasi

KAHUTA: Prime Minister of Pakistan Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has claimed that PML-N has ended 100 percent energy crises from the country due to the concrete and effective measures taken by the ruling government, Newsone reported on Friday.


Addressing a public gathering at Kahuta PM said that it was the government’s top priority to meet the energy needs of the country which has been fulfilled by current government.

PM Abbasi said that 2018 elections would prove to be better for Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) than the 2013 elections.

“PML-N did developmental works across the country,” he said adding the incumbent government has never concealed the developmental projects.

PM Abbasi also visited Karot Hydropower Project, being constructed on the Jhelum River to add 720 megawatt to national grid.

The project is the fourth among the five cascade hydropower projects being developed along the Jhelum River.

He expressed satisfaction over the pace of the construction work on the project.

Karot Hydropower Project, executed by Karot Power Company (Pvt.) Limited, has been listed as one of the prioritized projects under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor.


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