RAWALPINDI:(APS)Dec 6,2015- Malik Iftikhar Ahmad Chairman of the Council Dhok Hasso has said that PML-N believes in public service. He expressed these views on the occasion of Join the PML-N.
The newly elected chairman Malik Iftakhar Ahmed Khan of union Council 6 Dhoke Husso District Rawalpindi announced to join the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz PMLN. Chairman Malik Iftakhar Ahmed Khan along with his group won the LB Election 2015 on diamond election symbol in union council 6 Dhoke Husso District Rawalpindi as independent candidate. The Pakistan Muslim Nawaz is leading in most of Union Councils in Rawalpindi City LG Election. In Union Council No.06 Rawalpindi City, The independent Candidate chairman Malik Iftakhar Ahmed Khan has won the seat with huge margin. Talking to media newly elected chairman Malik Iftakhar Ahmed Khan stated that services for the masses and improvement in the living standards of poor people were the cornerstones of the politics practiced by Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). Billions of rupees saved from projects are being spent on changing the socio-economic condition of the common man, he added. Malik Iftakhar Ahmed Khan said those interrupting the path to prosperity for farmers, laborers and the common man were not sincere to the masses. Talking to media, he said that opposing public welfare projects was akin to opposing progress for the poor and downtrodden. Elements involved in negative politics of sit-ins and destruction were not interested in the development of the country, or the welfare of the citizens, peoples rejected them through their vote, he added. He said major decisions had been taken by the government under the leadership of Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif to strengthen the economy and cope with challenges. These efforts were producing positive results. Due to effective policies, he said, the economy was stabilizing and economic indicators were improving. Poverty, unemployment and load shedding would be eliminated thereby ushering a revolution for national progress and prosperity, he added.