PTI leader says govt halted two road projects linked to CPEC
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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) central leader Murad Saeed has said that the sitting government has halted two projects of road construction linked to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) in northern areas.
According to the 24News HD TV channel, former minister Murad Saeed while talking to the media on Sunday said the government has started ignoring small units (provinces) deliberately.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan’s aide Murad Saeed said his previous government of PTI had completed the Skardu-Shandor Road project and was going to extend it but the sitting government has halted it.
Murad Saeed further stated that the PTI’s previous government was also going to start the Babusar Top Pass Road but the Shehbaz-led government has also stopped this project despite the fact that the CPEC project is the guarantor of the development of the country and its door is Gilgit-Baltistan.