KARAK -  Adviser to the Chief Minister on Prisons’ Affairs Malik Qasim Khan on Friday said that a green revolution would usher in Latamber area with the completion of the dam.

He said this while addressing the dam inauguration ceremony held in Latamber area of Karak.

He said a long-standing demand of the people of the area has come true today. The advisor further informed that 13,000 long canals would be built from the dam which would irrigate more than six kilometers long lands.

Khattak further informed that drinking water would also be provided from the dam to the local population to resolve their drinking water problem.

He added that with the completion of the dam prosperity would come to the area.

The advisor approved 7 kilometers long road from Kasho Bridge to Surdag area to connect the dwellers of the remote areas with the District Headquarters Karak.

He also informed that the girls’ degree college Latamber would be inaugurated in December this year to provide an opportunity for higher education to the girls’ students of the area.

Malik Qasim Khan resolved that the shortage of staff in the boys’ degree college would be fulfilled and the precious time of the students would not be permitted to waste.

The advisor said that two separate water filtration plants would be established in the area with Rs5.5 million and Rs1 million, respectively to make sure the provision of clean drinking water to the residents round the clock.

He resolved that the filtration plants would be inaugurated this month.

Khattak announced that the old drinking water pipeline supplying water to the Latamber Sharqi would be replaced with new one within three months and added that the complained of the area residents regarding drinking water would be addressed in very near future once for all.

He claimed that Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf government believe in practical work and resolved that all the promises made by him during the election campaign in 2013 would be realized one by one.

The advisor informed that the provincial government was taking steps for the implementations of Sharia and added that interest has been banned by the government.

He said that salaries would be provided to the prayer leaders of all Jamia mosques in the province and added that they would provide privileges equal to a primary school teacher.

He added that solar systems were being provided to the mosques.