PM visits Isakhel city setting aside security protocol

ISAKHEL: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif Saturday stunned everyone by a pleasant surprise of visiting Isakhel city, interacting with common people, and setting aside the security protocols.

After addressing a gathering of flood-affected people of the area, the Prime Minister was about to depart but all of a sudden, he decided to visit Isakhel city to review the damages caused by recent floods and overall development standard of the city.

During the visit, the Prime Miniter waved hand to the residents, gathered along side the road to greet him.

As the Prime Minister was taking city’s round, routine traffic continued plying and no road was blocked for the VIP movement.

Nawaz Sharif also stopped twice on the road and interacted with the people who wished to talk to their Prime Minister. The people shared with him their flood-related and other problems besides welcoming him in their city.

The Prime Minister directed the DCO Mianwali to look into their isseues and resolve them.

The people felt free to shake hand with the Prime Minister without being hindered by the security team.

The residents raised slogans for the Prime Minister and told him about their issues including drinking water, power supply and embankment of hill torrents.

Earlier, the Prime Minister also announced Rs 200 million package for provision of clean drinking water besides committing to spend around Rs 1.30 billion to protect Mianwali from floods caused by hill torrents.

Associated Press of Pakistan