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Tuesday July 16, 2024

‘PMLN striving to pull country out of crises’

By Our Correspondent
June 21, 2024
PML-N central vice- president and MNA Sardar Mohammad Yousuf  speaks during a gathering on November 30, 2023. — Facebook/Sardar Muhammad Yousaf
PML-N central vice- president and MNA Sardar Mohammad Yousuf speaks during a gathering on November 30, 2023. — Facebook/Sardar Muhammad Yousaf

MANSEHRA: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PMLN) central vice- president and MNA Sardar Mohammad Yousuf on Thursday said that he was serving the people of his constituency without enjoying any portfolio in the federal cabinet.

“I am a diehard worker and whatever my leadership would decide about my future role in the party, I would accept it wholeheartedly,” he told reporters at his residence here.

Sardar Yousuf, who had served as the federal Minister of Religious Affairs in Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s cabinet in the past, said the PMLN was striving to steer the country out of political and economic challenges and he as an MNA would leave no stone unturned in extending his support to his party.

“The government has approved the Rs55 billion Mansehra-Muzaffarabad-Mirpur Motorway and Rs19 billion gravity water supply scheme. This is a big gift for the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Azad Jammu and Kashmir by my party,” he added.

Sardar Yousuf said the federal government was also seriously working on an initiative to ensure natural gas supply to Agror, Tanawal in Mansehra and neighbouring Battagram district. “Our party believes in peoples’ prosperity by launching such developmental projects,” he added.He said that the federal government during its first 100 days in power had brought inflation down and more initiatives were still being taken to address issues faced by the nation.