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Ahsan Iqbal claims opposition losing public support

Federal  Minister of Planning, National Reforms, and Development Ahsan Iqbal said that if opposition wanted to stage sit-in then they should follow their wish but they were losing their mass support now so that’s why their rallies are being held on roundabouts and roads instead of grounds.

Inaugurating Youth development core in Faisalabad’s agriculture university the minister said that today Pakistan is on a way to development while opponents were creating hurdles in its way.

Moreover, in meeting with industrialists and traders at Faisalabad chamber of commerce, the minister said that there is need to bring continuity in the policies in the country through which the country will proceed.

The minister said that C-Pak project will prove to be game changer for Pakistan while neighboring country has problem with China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and nobody has problem with the project.

On a query, the electricity has been reduced 3 rupees per unit while further decrease will be brought in the prices.