Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said the country’s current account was in surplus of $73 million during September, bringing the surplus of first quarter to $792 million compared to deficit of $1,492 million during same time last year. “Great news for Pakistan. We are headed in right direction finally,” the Prime Minister tweeted. The Prime Minister also mentioned that the exports grew by 29 percent and the remittances grew by 9 percent over previous month. Meanwhile, Chairman of Water and Power Development Authority (WAPDA) Lt General (r) Muzammil Hussain Wednesday called on Prime Minister Imran Khan here, During the meeting, the WAPDA chairman briefed the prime minister about progress on the construction work of Diamer Bhasha and Mohmand dams, a PM Office press release said.