PM vows to curb terrorism‚ poor econom

HeadlinesPM vows to curb terrorism‚ poor econom

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has said his government is determined to resolve the challenges of terrorism‚ law and order‚ and poor economy.

He was addressing a large gathering of Pakistani-Americans at a reception hosted in his honour by the Consulate General of Pakistan in New York.

   

He said the wrongs done to the country under dictatorial rule would be fixed and the government has drawn an elaborate plan to step up economic development through a series of projects in infrastructure‚ energy‚ educational fields‚ and intra-regional economic corridor.

The Prime Minister said the Motorway project would be completed right up to Karachi; dams would be built to overcome nagging blackouts and provide smooth supply of power to the industries that would open up jobs.

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