Gilgit-Baltistan: Computerisation of Voters Lists in Final Stages for March 2014 Local Elections, Muhammad Ismail
GILGIT (ET): During the assembly session, lawmakers discussed the performance of the G-B government over the last four years and termed it ‘an opportunity lost.’
“This government has lost four precious years without doing anything except corruption,” alleged Nawaz Khan Naji, a nationalist leader. “Not even a single development project has been completed in my constituency over the four years.”
Amina Ansari of the Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid sought details of the funds allocated for flood-affected areas in 2010. “Where is the money allocated for damages caused by the 2010 floods?” she questioned.
Mirza Hussain of the same party dubbed the government’s performance “utterly shameful”, claiming it “failed to deliver.”
Minister for Local Government Muhammad Ismail told the house work on computerising voter lists “was in its final stages and elections for local bodies should be held in March next year.”