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PESHAWAR: Chairman of Amun Taraqqi Party (ATP), Muhammad Faiq Shah has urged the government for pragmatic steps to ensure smooth supply of gas and electricity to textile and others industries across the country.

He suggested launching of ‘Diplomacy for Tourism’, besides stressed the need of enforcement of agricultural and education emergency across the country, expressing hope that such policies would produce positive results.

He also emphasised the initiatives should be made to overcome energy and gas shortages to improve production in textile and other industries. He added the flourishing of businesses, employment and progress on fast tempo can be ensured by uplift of tourism, industrial and agriculture sectors.

The ATP chief asserted it is crucial to take prompt initiatives to ensure completion of CPEC projects on a fast track basis and improvement in Sino-Pak relationship and regional trade.

He said his party has emerged a strong political force by spearheading a social and political awareness movement in all federating units, including Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Jammu and Kashmir.

We want vibrant and robust progress and reforms in the country, said Faiq while speaking to different political, social and businessmen delegations here on Sunday, wherein a large number of people announced to join the ATP. Faiq welcomed the joining of large number of people into the party fold and called them as diplomats for mission of accomplishment of Pakistan and builders of radiant future, asking them to convey message of peace and progress wherever they go, with prime goal to gain high repute for Pakistan internationally as a strong economic and social nation.

He reiterated his resolve that his party stands for building peace and progress with every segment. He maintained it is highly distressing that democracy, politics and society were being used for personal benefits and gaining power.

We want to directly connect people by nurturing real democracy, meant to ensure their participation in power and carry forward process of progress as well as accountability, Shah vowed. He emphasised that politics based on personality should be eliminated. He said democracy can deliver by delegating powers at grassroot level.

Copyright Business Recorder, 2022


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