During the inauguration ceremony of the Bhara Kahu bypass in Islamabad, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif addressed his critics, acknowledging that some see him as “the establishment’s man” due to his numerous meetings with army chiefs over his 38 years in politics.
However, he emphasized that his objective was solely to work together with institutions to progress the country and not for personal gains. Despite facing challenges and personal hardships, he remained committed to Pakistan’s development.
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The Bhara Kahu bypass project, executed by the National Logistics Cell (NLC) within nine months, cost Rs6.25 billion and has significantly reduced travel time for commuters going to Murree, Azad Kashmir, and Galiyat.
Prime Minister Shehbaz urged the nation to make determined efforts to restore Pakistan’s grandeur and competitiveness on the global stage, drawing inspiration from India’s progress.
He also directed the Capital Development Authority (CDA) to plant a million trees around the bypass and announced that environment-friendly electric buses would soon be available in Islamabad.
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Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb praised Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s efforts to stabilize Pakistan’s economy and provide relief to its people, while other PML-N leaders lauded the development projects and future plans for the capital city.
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The Bhara Kahu bypass project aims to benefit both Islamabad residents and tourists visiting the northern areas of Pakistan.