JUI-F completes record uplift projects

Ghulam Mursalin Marwat

LAKKI MARWAT: JUI-F MPA Munawar Khan Marwat has said that people elected him to the provincial assembly on the basis of his services and spreading net of uplift scheme while his political rivals always grabbed the sympathies of voters on false promises.

This he said while speaking at a public gathering after inaugurating work on boy’s degree college in Kurrum Par Area on Saturday. The college project will be completed with the cost of over Rs 231 million and it will provide opportunities to the students of four union councils of trans-river belt to get higher education near their homes.

JUI-F tehsil ameer Maulana Abdul Haq, district councilor engineer Ameer Nawaz Khan, former naib nazim Haji Muhammad Islam and Fawad Ahmad Khan Marwat also spoke on the occasion. The MPA said that the establishment of a college was a longstanding demand of local residents and he was happy to have fulfilled the promise with them.

Criticizing former federal minister and PPP central executive committee member Anwar Saifullah Khan, the JUI-F lawmaker said that Saifullah would have to come to the district to serve people more than him if they wanted to defeat him in polls arena.

“Saifullahs are doing politics from their grand palace like houses located in Islamabad and they have no masses service and public welfare on their credit”, he maintained. He said that Marwat people were now politically mature and they decided the fate of their politicians on the basis of past performance.

He said that he delivered during the last over 9 years and that he would contest next general elections on the basis of his performance and achievements in public welfare field. Mr Munawar Khan said that besides establishment of middle and high schools in the remote rural localities of Kurrum Par Area he also arranged funds for installation of tube wells run by solar power system. He said that completion of work on Shahabkhel-Samandi road project would bring development to the backward rural localities. He also dispelled the impression that he was planned to join PTI and said that he was affiliated with JUI-F, would remain the religious party and that he felt pride on closeness with Ulema.