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Islamabad, Pakistan: the Federal Minister for power division Omar Ayub Khan on the first Wednesday hosted the Grand opening of Pakistan charging stations for electric vehicles in Islamabad.

Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Minister noted that this is a welcome and important step towards a clean and green Pakistan.

The Minister said that the present government has taken various initiatives for development of the energy sector.Electric charging station vehicle - Federal Minister for power division Omar Ayub Khan on Wednesday opened Pakistan charging stations for electric vehicles in Islamabad. Speaking at the opening ceremony, the Minister noted that this is a welcome and important step towards a clean and green Pakistan. The Minister said that the present government has taken various initiatives for development of the energy sector. Omar Ayub Khan said that the 24 power stations will be created in the future that will help the common people of the country. He noted that the government is taking serious steps to fight pollution. In his speech on the occasion, special assistant to Prime Minister on petroleum Nadeem Babar said that the opening of charging stations in Islamabad will help to encourage electric vehicles as the future of transportation in the country. Nadeem Babar said that the initiative is a welcoming step for the country, which soon will witness electric vehicles running on the roads. The special assistant said that it will also help the campaign of Prime Minister's clean and green Pakistan.

Omar Ayub Khan said that the 24 power stations will be created in the future that will help the common people of the country. He noted that the government is taking serious steps to fight pollution.

In his speech on the occasion, special assistant to Prime Minister on petroleum Nadeem Babar said that the opening of charging stations in Islamabad will help to encourage electric vehicles as the future of transportation in the country.

Nadeem Babar said that the initiative is a welcoming step for the country, which soon will witness electric vehicles running on the roads.

The special assistant said that it will also help the campaign of Prime Minister’s clean and green Pakistan.



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