SADIQABAD -  Serving the public is the manifesto of the PML-N government and the day is not far when the entire nation will witness result of the mega projects launched for public welfare.

Former PML-N MPA Sardar Azhar Khan Leghari stated while talking to a delegation here the other day.

On the occasion, he said that no effort is being spared to fulfil the promises made with the masses during elections campaign. He informed that a grid station is being established in Walana at a cost of Rs504 million which will be helpful in reducing power cuts and low voltage in the tehsil. To get rid of low gas pressure, a 33 km long pipeline is being placed in Basti Mian Sahib, Allama Iqbal Town and Satellite Town, adding a 20 km of pipeline is also being placed in Mohallah Islampura and Old Sadiqabad. The government has also launched a project to provide clean drinking water to residents of Sadiqabad with a cost of Rs690 million. He also lauded chairman Standing Committee on Power and Water Arshad Khan Leghari with praise, saying he has devoted himself for public service.

To a question he said that RY Khan is the fort of the PML-N and like general and all by-elections, the N candidate would clinch the slot of chairman district council as well. Local PML-N leaders Sher Khan Hala, Farooq Khan Leghari, Hafiz Zahid, PML-N Youth Wing tehsil president Mian Nasir Ali and others were also present on the occasion.

Kh Saad urged to quit ministry for poor performance

Railways Minister Kh Saad Rafique should resign from the ministry as dozens of peoples have been killed in recent train incidents but he is busy defending Panama scandals on TV channels.

Addressing the media here the other day, RY Khan Chamber of Commerce member Mazhar Mehmood Sattar expressed deep sorrow and grief over the loss of several lives lost in train accidents occurred in Multan and Karachi. He said that Kh Saad is defending Premier Nawaz Sharif and busy bashing the opposition over demanding probe into Panama scandal, adding the minster has left the Railway Department at the mercy of circumstances.

He criticised that his poor performance has made the rail journey insecure and people now avoid travelling through trains.

KFWO chairman Malik Khadim Khawar informed the media that eye-patients will be provided free check-up and medicines at the camp. The patients come from far flung areas will also be provided food and residence. He informed that the camp is held every year in the tehsil. This year, the camp will be held in Colony 5 near Abu Dhabi RY Khan Palace where renowned eye-surgeons will treat eye-patients, he added.