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Two road projects inaugurated in Oghi

MANSEHRA: Pakistan Muslim League-N MNA Mohammad Safdar inaugurated two road projects worth RsG70 million in Oghi here on Sunday.

`We believe in prosperity of people through bringing real development to the neglected areas,` Mr Safdar, who is the son-in-law of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, told a public meeting on the occasion. He claimed that PTI af ter failing to deliver in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa was in a bid to derail democracy in the country Mr Saf dar inaugurated Oghi-Kabal road with an estimated cost of Rs400 million and Bandi Paraw-Chimial road with Rs270 million.

He said PML-N would not pardon those who plundered the national wealth, adding a former MNA who was involved in corrupt practices was facing NAB probe. `Former MNA Laig Khan embezzled an amount of Rs210 million meant for people`s welfare in Torghar, and NAB has completed an inquiry and soon he will be taken to justice,` he said.

Mr Safdar was of the view that neither PTI chairman Imran Khan nor Chief Minister Pervez Khattak were since with the people Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said it was the federal government which had launched development projects in KP.

He said Rs350 million had been earmarked for establishment of a girls college in Karori union council. `Work on laying of natural gas pipeline from Mansehra to Oghi is in progress at a cost of Rs4 billion,` he added.

The PM`s son-in-law said work on the airport in Tanawal adjacent to Oghi was also in progress.

FEUD CLAIMS LIFE: An old enmity claimed life of a man in Danna area on Sunday, police said.

They said Lal Khan and his accomplices opened indiscriminate fire on Mohammad Imran leaving him dead on the spot, adding the victim was on way home when assailants, who were following him, fired at him at a deserted place.

The enmity started earlier this year has so far claimed four lives as the deceased and his family were allegedly involved in the killing of two members of the assailants` family. The Pulrah police after lodging FIR started making raids to arrest the attackers, who managed to escape the area. Correspondent