North Waziristan: The 1122 Rescue Center in Shewa tehsil of North Waziristan was inaugurated on Monday by Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Relief and Rehabilitation Muhammad Iqbal Wazir.
During his visit to North Waziristan, the minister visited and assessed a number of development projects, as well as laying the foundation stone for the Government Degree College Boys Shewa, which would meet a long-standing need among locals.
Speaking at the event, he stated that the government is taking concrete steps to improve merging districts and bring them up to par with established areas.
According to Muhammad Iqbal Wazir, work on a new building for Rescue-1122 Station in Razmak is now underway, while the rescue building in Miran-shah has been completed. “All of the tehsils have approved rescue stations,” he stated.
According to Muhammad Iqbal Wazir, development and up-gradation work has begun to promote the area’s economic activity. He said that 42 uplift projects worth Rs600 million would stimulate economic activity in bazaars in the tehsils of Miran-shah, Razmak, Eidak, Mirali, Spin Wam, Khadi, DattaKhel, Dosli, and Shewa.
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He further stated that a citizen facilitation centre would be established in Shewa tehsil shortly to assist people in obtaining identity cards, birth certificates, family registration, automobile and mobile ID verification, and other required services. He said work on a tiny dam in Mirali’s Khaisur area was nearing completion to address North Waziristan’s long-standing water shortage problem.