ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced to launch Karachi Metrobus project after he inaugurated a 23-kilometer long Rawalpindi-Islamabad mass transit Metrobus service on Thursday.
Addressing an inauguration ceremony of Rawalpindi-Islamabad Metrobus service, Sharif said that the people of Karachi would soon receive a gift of “good transport”. He congratulated the Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on completion of Rawalpindi-Islamabad metrobus project, saying that it would benefit the people of twin cities especially students.
The prime minister also vowed to overcome power shortfall in next three years. “We have already cut the rates of electricity in the last few months and we will reduce it further in future as well,” Sharif added.
He said that the national leadership is well aware of the challenges and it is making all out efforts to overcome them. “The national leadership made an important decision to launch Operation Zarb-e-Azb to eradicate terrorism from the country,” the prime minister said. Karachi is once again turning in to city of lights, he added. DNA