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PTI govt to complete its constitutional term: Sheikh Rashid

RAWALPINDI: Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed assured on Wednesday that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) government would complete its five-year constitutional term.

Talking to media persons, he said that all efforts are being made to provide relief to the citizens.

Prime Minister Imran Khan chaired the weekly meetings to review prices of essential commodities and steps were being taken to control price hikes.

While answering a question he said, “I am happy that Pakistan Democratic Movement has selected my city for protest. If they will not take the law into their hands then there will be no problem.”

The hike in the prices is an international phenomenon but, the PTI government is trying to bring down the prices particularly of food items, he added.

The minister further informed that nullah lai and ring road projects would start soon as both the mega projects had been approved.

There would be new alignment of PML-N near general elections, he claimed adding that PML-N would be in three groups before the elections.

Earlier, the minister inaugurated newly constructed multipurpose hall in Government Associate College for Women, Murree Road.

On the occasion, he informed that the college was established in 1993 due to his efforts.

The target of 60 educational institutions had been achieved as seven colleges had been completed and third Women University was also inaugurated, he said adding, “We are trying to establish an information technology university in the city.”

courtesy: bolnews.com

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