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Futuristic cars might be plying Pakistan’s roads

The promotion of the air cars in Pakistan can provide relief to the common man, said Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah on Monday.
He was speaking at a presentation on the “Air Car Project” at the Chief Minister’s House. “There is an acute need for finding alternate resources of energy so as to meet the increasing demand,” he said. He said that the provincial government has made efforts to generate power through the “Thar Coal and Energy Project”. Shah said that a committee would be formed to thoroughly study the feasibility of the Air Car Project t.
Earlier, Iman Investments Chief Executive Officer Jaffery Raschid in the presentation highlighted the compressed air technology production concept and the motor development international business model. He said 80 percent parts of the air car can be manufactured in the country while only 20 percent parts would be foreign. “Air cars are successfully being run in France and Holland,” he added.
Raschid further said that in the first phase, 7,500 air cars will be prepared. In the next phases, 375,000 cars can be manufactured and this number can also be enhanced up to 750,000.

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