RAWALPINDI - A vibrant group of 25,000 engineers has extended its unconditional support to the newly elected government to meet the prevailing energy crisis, increase industrial growth and devise technical education plan, focusing to improve the national economy. The Institution of Engineers, Pakistan (IEP) established in 1948 is an Islamabad-based professional organization working for development of industries, communications and infrastructure in the country.

Chairman Engineer Hussain Ahmad Siddiqui told APP Tuesday that experienced engineers are ready to play their role in nation-building and suggested the government to include IEP members in related committees formulating pragmatic policies for effective implementation of development plans.