Sh Rashid predicts PML-N split into Shehbaz League and Nawaz League

By: News Desk      Published: 03:29 PM, 10 Sep, 2020
Sh Rashid predicts PML-N split into Shehbaz League and Nawaz League

Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmad on Thursday came up with another prediction, saying divisions are rife in PML-N and Shehbaz League will separate from Nawaz League, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

Addressing a news conference in Rawalpindi, Sheikh Rashid said the coming time was going to be bad for the opposition parties.

The minister also said that Maulana Fazlur Rehman will just hold rallies. He also did not have any good news about opposition’s All Parties Conference, predicting that the APC will not achieve anything.

Sheikh Rashid claimed that Maryam Nawaz is eager to go out of the country. He further said Nawaz Sharif is not ready to return to the country.

He said the Army Chief has played an important role in creating harmony among federal and provincial governments. He termed this year the year of development for the Imran Khan-led federal government.

ML-1 project tender

Sheikh Rashid said that tender of Main Line-1 (ML-1) project envisaging upgradation of the railways' infrastructure will be opened by the 20th of this month. Sheikh Rashid said this project will provide one 150,000 job opportunities. The minister said the PTI government will complete its mandated tenure and serve the masses.

Sheikh Rashid said the government under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan will take forward the country and address all the problems of Rawalpindi city including water.

On August 5, the executive committee of the National Economic Council (ECNEC) had approved the project of Pakistan Railways for upgradation existing Mainline-1 (ML-1) and establishment of dry port near Havelian.

The project was approved at the rationalised cost of US$ 6,806.783 million, on cost-sharing basis between the governments of China and Pakistan, according to press statement issued by the Finance Ministry.

The execution of the project would be done in three packages and in order to avoid commitment charges, the loan amount for each package will be separately contracted.