Lahore: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Saturday said ties with India should be improved through dialogue and Kashmir issue should be resolved as early as possible.
During the meeting, Prime Minister raised the point which was discussed during 70th United Nation’s General Assembly.
“I told UNO that it was their security council’s order to find solutions which they should now make sure are implemented,” he said, adding that, “I also gave proposals of how to improve relations with India.”
He said his government is trying to revive stalled peace talks between the representatives of Afghan government and the Taliban.
Moreover Prime Minister has said that the opponents first think and then talk over the issues as the government is giving importance to development of all sectors.
He was briefed about the Orange train project and said Metro bus services successfully completed in Lahore and Islamabad, while work on the project has been started in Multan and will be completed shortly.
Answering the question about energy crisis, Premier Nawaz said cheaper transport is need of masses and energy crisis will be ended in 2018.
According to the prime minister, the farmers’ package had become subject to political victimisation because of a few people.
He said various power projects like Bhasha Dam and Dasu Dam will generate 9000 mega watts of electricity after completion. Nawaz Sharif said a coal power plant is also being setup at Sahiwal.