Gas pressure to improve in Rawalpindi, Islamabad soon


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Minister for Parliamentary Affairs Sheikh Aftab Ahmed Friday informed the Senate that gas pressure in twin cities of Rawalpindi Islamabad will be improved soon.

Responding to a public important issue raised by the members in the House, Sheikh Aftab said the eight inches pipeline would be replaced with 16 inches pipeline and it would improve the gas pressure in Twin Cities.

To another matter of public importance, the minister said the number of flights to Balochistan would be increased soon after getting the air crafts on dry lease.

Responding to a point, the minister said that out of 961 villages 833 villages of Plejani areas of Sindh had been provided gas supply while remaining villages would be given gas supply soon.

To a point of public importance, the Interior Minister Ahsan Iqbal informed the Senate that his ministry had no information regarding the disappearance of Raza Mahmood Khan from Lahore on December 2.

Ahsan Iqbal said that efforts to recover Raza Khan were underway but no headway has been made so far. He said no agency so far confirmed custody of Raza Khan.

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