The Federal Government has approved the first women’s university in the Mansehra area, along with the lengthy water system, according to Sardar Shahjehan Yousaf, the PM’s special assistant.
After briefing the lawyers gathered at the district bar, he told the reporters that the institution has already chosen a building and that it is anticipated that classes at Women’s University would start in the upcoming academic session.
He also revealed that the PM will soon inaugurate the multi-billion rupee “gravity flow water supply scheme,” the details of which have already been agreed upon by the governments of Saudi Arabia and Pakistan. He disclosed that Imran Khan, a former prime minister, had put the project on hold.
The visa protection office for the Hazara division will soon be opened as well.
Reporters in Darband were informed by a trader that the district’s Rural Health Center (RHC) had numerous openings for doctors, pharmacists, and medical technicians and that patients are being diverted to other districts as a result. Due to a staffing deficit, many dengue and malaria patients are now being transferred to other facilities.
Shah encouraged the government to give the RHC access to medicines and other essential supplies right now, warning that if they don’t, the residents will be forced to protest in the streets.