ISLAMABAD: Terming the development of dams within the nation a ‘nationwide subject’, Prime Minister Imran Khan has mentioned on Friday that every one stakeholders might be taken into confidence over the matter.
This he mentioned whereas speaking to Federal Minster for Water Sources Faisal Vawda and Chairman WAPDA, Muzamiil Hussain, who known as him on, in Islamabad at this time.
Prime minister was apprised about building of dams and different tasks being carried out by the water assets ministry to deal with water shortage downside.
Urging the nation to play its function for building of dams within the nation, the premier mentioned authorities is set to resolve water shortage downside which is threatening our future and vowed to take all stakeholders on the board.
“Donation by abroad Pakistanis into dam funds is a constructive signal,” the prime minister added.
Highlighting the significance of building of the dams within the nation, he mentioned dams will deliver prosperity within the nation, because the water reservoirs may even add to electrical energy technology.
The fundraising for the development of Diamer and Basha dams goes with full swing as donations of over Rs Eight billion has been collected up to now.
In line with the web site of Supreme Courtroom of Pakistan, the present standing of dam funds’ account stands at Rs: 8,412,407,682.
Donate for dam fund
All of the business and micro-finance banks, and discipline workplaces of SBP Banking Companies Company have opened the Fund account to obtain donations in money, and thru cheques, pay orders and demand drafts in any respect their branches throughout the nation.
The donors can even make on-line donations to the Fund by way of web banking, computerized teller machines (ATM) and different alternate supply channels (ADC) utilizing IBAN of their respective financial institution. The banks have despatched the IBANs of the Fund account to their shoppers by way of SMS alerts, whereas the bank-wise checklist of IBANs can also be accessible on the SBP’s net web page.
Residents can even donate Rs10 to the CJP’s dam fund by typing “dam” and sending the SMS to 8000 which is able to deduct the quantity from the cellphone’s credit score.