Bangash hails GB people for standing by democracy
PESHAWAR: Special Assistant to the Chief Minister on Information and Higher Education Kamran Bangash Monday said he was thankful to the people of Gilgit Baltistan (GB) who despite snowfall and harsh weather conditions came out of their homes and voted to uphold democracy. In a statement issued here, Kamran Bangash congratulated the winning candidates of GB election and said the queues of people for casting votes during snowfall was a testimony that the GB stands with democracy. He said the win of PTI was unstoppable and evident from the very first day of election campaign. Like other parts of the country, the slogan of stamp on bat was echoing in Gilgit Baltistan and the party has achieved uncontroversial victory in the region. He said he thanked the people of GB for standing by the PTI. The CM’s aide said that to bring down the prices of essential commodities, the government has imported 20,000 metric tons of sugar that was available in Insaf Sasta Bazaars and markets on a prescribed rate of Rs 87.50 per kg. Following instruction of Prime Minister Imran Khan, he said the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government led by led by Chief Minister Mahmood Khan was fully active and hoarders and profiteers were being dealt with an iron hand. - APP i-family-awarded-rs2mn-for-exemplary-initiative-in-arresting-rape-suspect