Pakistan PM’s surprise visit to Peshawar Morr metro bus project, order for inquiry of 4 years delay by News Line April 14, 2022 written by News Line April 14, 2022 7 views 7 PM’s surprise visit to Peshawar Morr metro bus project, order for inquiry of 4 years delay Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif paid a surprise visit to Peshawar Morr Metro Bus Project. Where the Prime Minister was given a briefing on the project which has been pending for four years. The Prime Minister asked why the Metro Bus project was delayed. There is no justification for delay. How did the project take 4 years to complete? Why the project is not completed yet. When will it be completed? The Prime Minister ordered an inquiry into the delay in the Metro Bus project and said that he should conduct an inquiry and tell me where is the billions of rupees of the nation spent on the project. Read also How to apply for Akhuwat Loan scheme Shahbaz Sharif said that the project should be completed as soon as possible and said that arrangements should also be made for storage of goods in metro buses and metro should also have a station on the motorway. The Prime Minister was briefed that initially buses would be run on Saturdays. The project started in 2017 under Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and was to be completed in 2018, which was still pending. 0 comment 0 FacebookTwitterPinterestEmail News Line Blogger and Content writer previous post Businesspally allude Successful use of Corporate influencers – News Line next post What are solid state drives (SSDs)? Related Posts Google Celebrates Pakistan’s 76th Independence Day with Unique Doodle. August 14, 2023 Corona positive cases in Pakistan have increased March 16, 2023 How can you activate your sim card? See the revised... December 25, 2022 Top Searches on Google in Pakistan 2022 – News Line December 7, 2022 Polio will be eradicated from Pakistan by the end of... December 5, 2022 Chinese national arrested on the charge of raping girl in... September 16, 2022 Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.