ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Federal Minister for Power Division Omar Ayub Khan on Wednesday inaugurated Pakistan’s First Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Islamabad.
While addressing the Inauguration Ceremony, the minister said that it is a welcoming initiative and an important step towards Clean and Green Pakistan.
The minister said that the incumbent government is taking various initiatives for development in the energy sector.
Omar Ayub Khan said that 24 electric stations will be set up in the future which will help the common people of the Country. He said that the government is taking solid steps to control environmental pollution.
In his remarks on the occasion, the Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Petroleum Nadeem Babar said that the opening of a charging station in Islamabad will help encourage electric vehicles as future transportation in the Country.
Nadeem Babar said that this initiative is a welcoming move for the Country which will soon witness electric vehicles running on roads.
The Special Assistant said that it will also help the Prime Minister’s Campaign of Clean and Green Pakistan.
Unveiling the future! Federal Minister to Power & Petroleum, Mr. Omar Ayub Khan and MD PSO, Mr. Syed Muhammad Taha, inaugurate PSO’s Electric Vehicle Charging Station in Islamabad#PSO #PSOElectro #EveryJourneyBeginsHere pic.twitter.com/mNE4dUImBT
— PSO (@PSOPakistan) July 29, 2020