PM Imran Khan inaugurates Hassan Abdal railway station
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday inaugurated Hassan Abdal Railway Station during his visit.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony, Imran Khan said that he dreamt Pakistan of becoming a country which did not seek loan from others.
“Poor and labour class travel in trains because it is cheap and convenient. The railway track left by Britishers has only been reduced by 50 kms rather than improving it. ML-I will have a big hand in development of our country,” he said.
He said ML-I will be a model which will take the country to another level and after its completion Karachi to Lahore journey will be completed in seven hours. The fastest developing country in the world, China had laid railway network all over its land, he said.
The prime minister said that the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf government inherited an indebted Pakistan. After a long time, the economy had started cutting the mustard, he said.
Prime Minister Imran will later visit Swat where he will inaugurate new block of Saidu Sharif hospital.
He will also attend a ceremony in connection with distribution of Sehat Sahulat Cards and address the gathering there.