PM Inaugurates Blue Line and Green Line Metro Bus Service

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif assured to ensure full transparency in the execution of public welfare projects.

Addressing a ceremony as part of the inauguration of the Blue Line and Green Line metro bus service in Islamabad on Thursday, he said instructions had been given to relevant departments in this regard to save money. of this nation.

Stressing the need for timely completion of development projects, he said the law would take its course in case of negligence.

The Prime Minister expressed the commitment to collectively bring the country out of immense challenges. He said that Pakistan will definitely reach its development destination.

Expressing his satisfaction with the lower prices of petroleum products in the international market, he said it would help reduce the inflationary pressures the people are currently facing.

He said a comprehensive plan was being developed to move tube wells, government buildings, hospitals, schools, buildings and households to solar power to rid the country of expensive electricity. currently produced from oil and gas.

Describing the launch of a new transportation service in the federal cabinet as a milestone, he said it will benefit different segments of society. He said this service should remain free for a month. He said that funds will also be provided for Islamabad signalless highway from Koral to Rawat.

In his address, Interior Minister Rana Sanaullah said that projects worth thirty billion rupees have been considered for the federal capital.

He said the inauguration of Islamabad signal free highway from Koral to Rawat will be carried out after Eidul Azha while the coverage of Islamabad Safe City project will be improved by thirty to one hundred percent in the current financial year. .

The interior minister said the transport service launched on Thursday will serve the urban and rural population of the federal capital. He said Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has always given special importance to bringing ease and comfort to the life of the common man.

Giving details of other initiatives, the Home Minister said that the Islamabad police salary has been brought down to the same level as that of the Punjab police. Similarly, the FC was made a riot force after changes to some rules to deal with miscreants and anarchists.

The Home Secretary said an unpaid amount of Rs 1.22 billion has been disbursed among the bereaved families of the martyrs and those who died during the service.

Previously, the CDA chairman briefed the prime minister on the blue and green line transport service. He said a command and control center is also being established to manage the metro system and other transport services in the capital.

Melvin Z. Madore