1300 MW power projects to be established on Port Qasim: Musadik


ISLAMABAD, Oct 8 (APP): Spokesman to the Prime Minister Dr. Musadik Malik said that two mega energy projects through China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) would be set up at Port Qasim that would added 1300 MW electricity in national grid.

Talking in a private TV programme on Saturday, he said CPEC would bring  economic revolution in the country and provide equal opportunities to all the provinces.

He said the main focused of CPEC was energy, infrastructure, development, industrial zones and ports. These were key factors  for development and economic growth.

Musadik Malik said industrial zones and airport would be
established in Gawador.

Several power projects would be set up in Thar through the
Corridor to meet the growing energy demands, he added.

Replying to a question, he said the name of the Prime
Minister was not mentioned in Panama Papers.

He said the peaceful protest was right of every political
party in democratic system but actions would be taken against violators of law and constitution during Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) protest demonstration on October 30 in Islamabad.