Taxila: PTI leader Sayed Zulfikar Bukhari stated all available resources were being used to enhance rural regions in order to alleviate the province’s backwardness. He was speaking to a crowd after breaking ground on a water supply plan in Tehsil Jand.
The Rs. 10 million water supply programme would give safe drinking water to three rural and far-flung union councils in the tehsil, namely Makhad Shareef, Dakhanar, and Chabb. According to him, the PTI government’s platform prioritises less developed areas and provides ample funding to bring rural areas up to par with urban ones.
Mr Bukhari stated that a home for orphans with complete amenities will be erected in Attock for Rs. 400 million.
He added that 8,000 public sector schools will be upgraded to provide better educational facilities in rural locations, and that a sports stadium will be erected in Dhok Fateh, a hockey stadium has been completed, and work on a cricket stadium is now underway.
He stated that the government wants to spend Rs5.9 billion on 25 different road and highway programmes in the ancient Attock area, in addition to assisting it in realising its potential within the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).