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ML-1 to ensure upgraded rail services, create jobs: PM

 

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said Main Line-1 project would prove as an opportunity for advanced up-gradation of railways besides creating thousands of jobs in the country.

Chairing a meeting on the ML-1 project to review its progress, the prime minister termed ML-1 an essential segment of China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) and expressed confidence that it would boost economic activity.

PM Imran said that ML-1 project would ensure the provision of best passenger and goods services as the government was focusing on giving priority to public welfare and development.

He said that the ML-1 project would open new vistas of social and economic avenues.

The meeting was attended by Minister for Railways Sheikh Rashid Ahmed, Planning Minister Asad Umer, Finance Adviser Dr Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, CPEC Authority Chairman Lieutenant General (r) Asim Saleem Bajwa and senior officials.

The prime minister was briefed on the implementation of the ML-1 project within stipulated time-frame and its benefits as well.

Under the ML-1 project, the 1,872 kilometres rail track from Karachi to Peshawar will be doubled. The speed of passenger trains will be increased to 160 km/h with freight trains to be operated at 120 km/h. The project will ensure computerized signalling and control system.

The Executive Committee of National Economic Council this month gave nod to ML-1 project at an estimated cost of $6.806 billion under CPEC

https://www.pakistantoday.com.pk/2020/08/17/ml-1-to-ensure-upgraded-rail-services-create-jobs-pm/


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