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MBP was made for the sale of Ittefaq foundry steal:Aleem Khan

Lahore: Leader of Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaaf Abdul Aleem Khan has said that present government has ignored the provision of basic facilities to the masses and after burning 20 billion into ‘tandoors’ now 70 billion are being spent on one road where people do not have even clean drinking water. He alleged that all this was planned to utilize the iron of Ittefaq and put their own name plates. He said that those who remained Chief Minister for 5 times were not able to collect garbage from the city.

Abdul Aleem Khan was addressing a public gathering here near Gondal Chowk, katcha Jail Road, in the area of NA 127 and PP 153. Abdul Karim Kalwar, Nasrullah Moghal, Ashfaq Baloch, Ch. Mohammad Riaz and Allah Yar Jutt also spoke on the occasion and said that leaders of N league have badly disappointed the people of the areas and they have now decided to vote for PTI.

Abdul Aleem Khan said that in the last regime he as Minister undertook developmental work of 3 billion rupees in his constituency and here in this area MNA and MPA of N League could not manage land for a graveyard. He promised that if he becomes MNA he would donate funds from his own pocket for this area to solve their basic demand. He also promised to look into other issues of Baba Farid Park and Quaid-e-Millat Colony and said that irrespective of the fact of win or defeat he remained in this area for the last 10 years and in future will also remain in contact, here.

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