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Corrupt elements not to be spared: Saif Ullah.

RAWALPINDI -- The Chief Organizer of Pakistan Tehreek Insaf (PTI), Saifullah Khan Niazi Friday said accountability would be held across the board against all corrupt elements to eliminate the menace of corruption.

The national institutions had been carrying out investigation against the corrupt elements. He was addressing the employees of Water and Sanitation Agency (WASA) gathered to observe 'World Water Day'.

Saif Ullah Khan said that an effective mechanism was being introduced in the country and the corrupt elements would be held accountable.

He said, the government was making all out efforts to provide relief to the citizens and the Prime Minister Imran Khan would fulfill all the promises made with the nation and come up to their expectations.

Imran Khan was striving to root out corruption, poverty and unemployment from the country and trying to introduce reforms in different sectors to improve the living standards of the people, he added.

He said that new dams would be built to cope with the scarcity of water, adding that the government would provide all kind of support for constructing major water reservoirs to overcome the water shortage.

Speaking on the occasion, Managing Director, WASA, Mohammad Tanveer said that it was need of the hour to augment new water sources to overcome the upcoming shortage of water in the country, especially in the Potohar Region.

He urged the consumers to play a pivotal role to conserve and minimize the wastage of water.

Member Provincial Assembly (MPA) Chaudhry Adnan, Chairman Rawalpindi Development Authority (RDA) Arif Abbasi, Chairman Parks Horticulture Authority (PHA) Asif Mehmood, District President, PTI, Haroon Kamal Hashmi and Director General, RDA Mohammad Hayyat Lak also highlighted the importance of water and urged the citizens to save water for future generations.

A walk in connection with World Water Day was also organized aimed at creating awareness among the people regarding the conservation of water.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Mar 23, 2019
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