Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday has vowed to improve connectivity on the western side in order to uplift the backward and neglected areas of the country.
He made the above remarks when the 293-kilometer Hakla-Dera Ismail highway opened in Islamabad.
The Prime Minister said that connecting tribal areas and Balochistan with road infrastructure will bring a revolution to the country and ensure a bright future.
The premier said the completion of the first phase of western route under China Pakistan Economic Corridor project will accrue many benefits and ensure economic development in the backward areas.
Imran Khan pointed out that regardless of inflation, the present government has completed the road infrastructure projects at less cost than the previous regime.
He regrets that he used to build roads to make money.