Govt will spend Rs100 billion each year in tribal areas: PM Imran Khan
PESHAWAR (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the government will provide all basic facilities, including education, to tribal areas.
Addressing the tribal elders at Spinkai Raghzai area of South Waziristan on Wednesday, he expressed the resolve to spend more money in these areas each year, which had not been spent during the last 70 years.
“I will prove that the change will come at a fast pace,” he declared.
The prime minister said that he knew the sacrifices given by tribal people in Kashmir. “The government is taking steps for the development of all backward areas in the country.”
He also funds for reconstruction for their houses. “Two degree colleges will be established in Wana. A network of 100 kilometres will be laid in the area,” he said.
The PM announced establishment of a sports complex and a grid station. “Small dams will be constructed to in addition to introducing a solar system in the area,” he said. “We will spend money on the poor after taking it from the poor.”
Imran Khan said that his government is trying its level best to provide justice and basic amenities to all people of the society on the pattern of Islamic Welfare State of Medina.
Imran Khan assured that health and education facilities will be enhanced in tribal areas and special quota will also be fixed in jobs for tribal youth.
He said that all the tribal people will be provided Sehat Insaf Card whereby every family will be allowed to spend seven hundred and twenty thousand rupees on their treatment.