LAKKI MARWAT – Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz MPA, Munawar Khan Marwat inaugurated a newly built boys hostel in Government Postgraduate College on Tuesday. Officials of Communication and Works Department, college teachers and notables of the town were also present on the occasion. In a detailed briefing to the lawmaker an official of communication and works department said that the hostel, which was named after former MNA late Haji Muhammad Kabeer Khan was built at the cost of Rs 36.5 million. He said that the building equipped with all sorts of facilities had an accommodation capacity for 50 students.

Addressing at the event, the MPA said that students were the assets of nation and providing them with better residential and other facilities in educational institutions would lead to a healthy nation. He said that more funds would be provided to improve infrastructure in colleges and schools.

Meanwhile, speaking at a public meeting after inaugurating a water supply scheme in Begukhel village, Munawar Marwat said that all completed water supply schemes in the rural areas would be made functional before the start of Ramazan so that the rural population could not face the problem of water shortage in the holy month.

He said that he and his family members had the courage to face masses in the coming election campaign, as they exercised all-out energies to spread the net of uplift schemes and resolve people’s problems at their doorsteps. “We will take part in the upcoming polls on the basis of performance,” he said, adding that the area people will elect them again and again as they knew that they were the protectors of their rights.

He went down hard on his political rivals influential Saifullahs and said that MNA Humayun Saifullah Khan did not launch any development schemes in Lakki city and other parts of his constituency during the last over four years. The lawmaker called upon the people to reject those politicians who were not sincere to them. “People should raise voice for their genuine rights and they should insert pressure for it on public representatives,” he maintained.