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    MMA successfully tabled a constitutional bill in National Assembly

    By Zahiruddin

    CHITRAL: The MNA from Chitral Maulana Abdul Akbar Chitrali has said that he has proved his worth of being the representative elected on the platform of Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA) by successfully tabling the constitutional bill in the National Assembly which was a big stride towards Islamization.

    Addressing a press conference here on Saturday flanked by JI leader Hakeem Mujeebullah, he said that the Islam loving people of Chitral had elected the nominees of MMA with the sole objective of striving for the supremacy and implementation of Islamic laws in the floor of the house and he was duty bound to do it.

    “It is really an honor and credit for the people of Chitral that the member sent by them to the National Assembly has tabled a bill against the interest-based economy in the country which was the root of all ills while it was also a fact the country had been obtained in the name of Islam where interest is strictly forbidden.

    It the bill is passed into law, it will be a real step towards transforming Pakistan into the ‘State of Madina’ and the people of the country will prosper only its economy is freed from the curse of interest”, he said.

    Mr. Chitrali appreciated the positive role of the speaker of National Assembly and the ministers who extended support to him while tabling the bill in the house and it transmits a positive image of Imran Khan’s government.

    He also appreciated the federal ministers including Murad Saeed, Faroogh Naseem, Umar Ayub Khan, Zubeda Jalal, Parvez Khattak and Ali Muhammad who always supported him whenever he raised the development issues in the floor of the house.

    He said that the Kalash valleys road, Garam Chashma road and Chitral-Shandur road have been federalized and will be taken over by National Highway Authority while work on their construction will be started soon and all this became possible due to his consistent struggle in the floor of the house.

    To a question, he said that the present government did not shelve the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) projects in Chitral and the paper works of the road projects related with were in different stages.


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