Govt committed to develop Azad Kashmir: Ishaq Dar

NationalGovt committed to develop Azad Kashmir: Ishaq Dar

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Federal Finance Minister Senator Muhammad Ishaq Dar Wednesday reiterated government’s resolve to develop Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

He was talking to the Speaker Legislative Assembly of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Shah Ghulam Qadir, who called on Finance Minister in Islamabad.

The minister said there would be visible decrease in load shedding in 2017 and also assured the speaker of expediting work on health and communication sector projects.

Earlier, Shah Ghulam Qadir apprised the federal minister about work on developmental projects in Neelam Valley, Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

The Speaker also apprised about the work completed on projects in energy, communication and health sectors.

He thanked the minister for government’s attention and giving priority to AJK’s developmental projects.

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