Pakistan is at tipping point to progress, says President Alvi
President Arif Alvi said that Pakistan is at the tipping point to progress as all indicators are showing a positive trajectory.
President Alvi was addressing a ceremony held in wake of the screening of the docudrama “Paani Key Pankh” in Karachi. During the speech, he stressed the significance of using water carefully.
Dr. Arif Alvi said that the docu-drama “Paani Key Pankh” which is about Mohmand Dam reflects two facets; one is how the country fought a war on terrorism and restored peace and the second one is about the importance of water.
He added that the federal government has planned to provide water to Karachitis and expressed the hope that the K-VI project would help reduce the difficulties of the citizens in terms of water.
Apart from that, Alvi appreciated the contributions of the Pakistan Army in the war against terrorism. He said that Pakistan is progressing and now we have relations with the United States and other countries based on trade instead of aid.
Sindh Governor Imran Ismail and Federal Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda addressed the attendees on the occasion.
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