Majeed announces regularization of contractual employees
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The AJK Prime Minister made these announcements while addressing the budget session 2012-13 here in Legislative Assembly late Thursday.
PM Majeed also announced to establish another women university at Muzaffarabad next year, increase the members Legislative Assembly's fund from Rs. five million to 10 million.
He also announced to appoint two additional judges in AJK High Court, an additional civil judge in Patika, one civil judge in Mirpur, a circuit bench in Bagh and fund of Rs. five million for Chamber of Commerce.
The prime minister said that opposition and all members of the Legislative Assembly would be taken on-board on Neelum Jehlum Hydel project before finalizing the agreement.
"PPP government has implemented the vision of Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Shaheed Benazir Bhutto, presenting a public friendly and balanced budget to address the real issues of the people", he said.
The AJK premier reiterated that his government has formulated a compact and comprehensive strategy for the development of the state and prosperity of the people.
While highlighting salient features of the budget he said that government has banned the deforestation and smuggling of wood items from the state. "Education and health sectors have been revolutionized already, the mega projects have been started, Mangla dam issue has been resolved according to the wishes of the people, road infrastructure is going to be given main focus so that along with facilitating the masses tourists could be attracted to AJK".
He lauded the efforts of President Asif Ali Zardari saying that only he could bring the country out of crises.
The prime minister ensured the leader of opposition that mandate of opposition would be respected and all their positive feedback would be incorporated.
He appreciated the cooperation of opposition and the leader of opposition saying that Raja Farooq Haidar Khan contributed positively in this budget for the people of Kashmir.
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