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Ex-MNA urges PTI govt not to shelve Chitral’s mega infrastructure projects — 6 Comments

  1. its easier said than done..why the Former MNA could not initiate work on the same project though he had good term with PMLN govt..Now he advises others is beyond comprehension…

  2. @ شاہ صاحب ہمارے لیے مولانا صاحب ہی کافی ہیں ہماری اگر ترقی کی خواہش ہوتی تو مولانا صاحب کو ووٹ دیکر اپنا ..ایم این اے نہ چنتے ، یہ فیصلہ چترال میں رہنے ولے تینوں فرقوں یعنی اسماعیلی ، سنی ، اور کلاش نے ملکر کی ہے ، ہم ن ترقی کرکے کرنا کیا ہے ،، ہم نے اسلام کے نام پر ووٹ دیکر آخرت کمائی ہے .. انشا الله آخرت کی دائمی خوشیاں ہمیں ملکر رہیں گی .. چار دن کی فانی دنیا ہے ایسی کی تیسی گزر ہی جایے گی

  3. First of all, Iftikharudin remained MNA for 5 years and apart from tall claims on Facebook & on paper claims he does not have anything on ground as an achievement so it would be wise for him not to take us as fools. While his family has been in power for past 30 years we are living in stone age and rather feeling ashamed these guys are lying as 450,000 people of Chitral do not possess brain.
    As for as PTI government is concerned, they are totally right in not approving any project for Chitral in next 10 years, as we have voted for PMLN and JI in past 10 years so why should PTI do anything for us???????

    • Wow, amazed by the logic you’ve argued not to approve any project for Chitral in the next ten years because Chitralis have voted for PMLN and MMA. Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forward.

    • Wow, amazed by the logic you’ve argued not to approve any project for Chitral in the next ten years because Chitralis have voted for PMLN and MMA. Life can only be understood backwards; but it must be lived forward.

  4. We in Chitral, are eagerly waiting for the initiation of the internal road network after opening of Lowari, as in the eyes of the people improved internal roads are the only means to boost up tourism thereby creating various economic opportunities for the far flung district . These roads are the life lines for the local people. We can never expect the PTI government to make such a blind decision as to drop off such projects that are so important not only for the local people but also for the nation and for international tourism development.

    If there is any ‘Insaaf’ element in PTI, it should force the planners to review their decision of shelving road projects in Chitral or they would lose a district that is ardent supporter of the new regime.

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