AJK to witness new era of progress: Niazi

Says incumbent govt to fulfil expectations of people


Pid August 10, 2021
PTI chairman Imran Khan addressing an election rally in Bhimber district of Azad Kashmir on May 19, 2016. PHOTO: NNI

ISLAMABAD:

Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) Prime Minister Sardar Abdul Qayyum Khan Niazi has said the government of Tehreek-e-Insaf will start a new era of progress and development to bring about socio economic changes in the lives of the people living in AJK.

Addressing a parliamentary meeting on Monday, the AJK premier said the supremacy of law will be the top priority of his government and state resources will be utilised for the welfare and development of the people to make the state prosperous. He added that equal treatment will be meted out to the members of the Assembly and the parliamentary party will be taken on board regarding this.

PM Niazi urged the members to play their active role for the development of the state to bring real changes and to turn Azad Kashmir into a model welfare state. He further said steps would be taken to restore merit and eradicate unemployment.

The prime minister made it clear that corrupt elements will be brought to justice and a strict accountability process will be initiated in Azad Kashmir. The parliamentary party expressed their full confidence over the leadership of the AJK PM and expressed their all-out support to implement the vision of the Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan.

They also presented their proposals to PM Niazi for establishing good governance in Azad Kashmir. Meanwhile addressing the large number of people coming from all over Azad Kashmir the AJK premier assured that the problems of the people will be resolved at their door steps and a new government will rise to the expectations of the locals.

PM Niazi concluded that PTI workers were the real strength of the party and assured that their rights will be fully protected. 

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