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Gilani addressed, discussed New Seraiki Province

Pakistan News / Multan –  The Prime Minister delivered his address in Seraiki language and said it was due to demand of the native people who were wanting of getting a separate Seraiki province.

New Seraiki Province, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani
Gilani said 4620 houses would be constructed in Muzaffargarh, Rajanpur and Fazalpur. He said other auxiliary services like schools, mosques; health centres would also be constructed.


The Prime Minister also paid rich tributes to the people of Pakistan who have braved all odds and stood up to face the challenge with courage and determination.


He said the nation was confronting extremism and terrorism and natural calamities and would also successfully manage to go through the current phase of heavy flooding.


Prime Minister Gilani urged the people of Pakistan to reach out to help their brethren who were homeless and do as much as possible so that they may be rehabilitated without any delay.


Gilani also paid rich tributes to the people of Muzaffargarh who were staunch supporters of Pakistan Peoples Party and had rendered numerous sacrifices.


He said the party draws its strength from the people and would do everything to bring all facilities of life at their doorsteps.


The Prime Minister said people of Muzaffargarh would be provided facilities of motorway, modern airport and by-passes which would bring revolution in the area.


He said an installation of PARCO refinery would be set up in the vicinity which would generate employment in the area.

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