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People are ultimate decision makers: PM Abbasi

People are ultimate decision makers: PM Abbasi

DERA GHAZI KHAN: Prime Minister (PM) Shahid Khaqan Abbasi said on Saturday said that people are the ultimate decision makers and it depends upon them as to who they would vote for in the upcoming general elections.

Speaking at a ceremony in Dera Ghazi Khan, the premier said either they were dragged to courts or sit-ins were staged against them but people will respond to all anti-PMLN moves in the polling stations during the upcoming general elections.

“PML-N was not allowed to work. The response to conspiracies and removing the government will be given in polling stations. Leave the decisions of politics to the public,” he asserted.

PM Abbasi maintained that problems of the past 15 years will not be solved in five years.

“What Zardari did with Pakistan is known to everyone. Pakistan will not progress if politics is left to those who fill their own pockets,” he criticized.

The Prime Minister urged the public to work together and make PML-N successful.

PM Abbasi said Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz served the people despite all odds and hurdles. He vowed PML-N will win the upcoming general elections in Dera Ghazi Khan to be held in July.

He notified that PML-N government has completed a number of development programs including construction of roads, schools, hospitals, and power projects and even the opponents acknowledge this.

The premier declared that progress and prosperity comes with the trust of people in the government. He said that the performance of PML-N government is self-explanatory and everyone knows about it.

Prime Minister pronounced that people are the ultimate decision makers and it depends upon them as to who they would vote for in the upcoming general elections.


Groundbreaking of NHA projects


Before the address, the PM performed the groundbreaking of Northern Bypass and widening of Rakhi Gajj Bewata Section 1. The Northern Bypass would divert the heavy traffic currently passing through the heart of the city and would help reduce the travel time and ratio of accidents.

Around 2.5 million people would benefit from the project with an average daily traffic count of around 5,000 vehicles.

The bypass would be 18 kilometers long and comprised of five bridges and a flyover at railway crossing.

DG Khan bypass has been a long standing demand of the area and would immensely help in regulating the traffic flow of the city.

The city is strategically situated at confluence point of all the four provinces. Two major national highways N-55, Indus Highway and N-70 Multan-Qilla Saifullah as well as four provincial highways pass through it creating enormous burden on city roads.

Rakhi Gajj-Bewata section is extremely important as it connects Punjab with Balochistan as the shortest route. 

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