PM Imran directs to expedite work on improvement tasks

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday directed to speed up work on all the event tasks throughout the nation, ARY Information reported.

Presiding over an necessary assembly of his financial group in Islamabad, PM Imran mentioned that completion of improvement tasks throughout the stipulated time is not going to solely assist enhance financial actions but additionally generate new jobs for youth within the nation.

He directed the officers to maintain the Prime Minister’ Workplace up to date on the tempo of labor on the tasks. The prime minister urged his financial group to contact the PM’s Workplace for eradicating hurdles in the best way of improvement tasks.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday inaugurated the Ehsaas-Saylani Langar Scheme — one of many tasks of the federal government’s Ehsaas Programme that goals to fight starvation all through the nation — in Islamabad.

Talking on the event, PM Imran lauded an NGO for launching Langar Scheme that goals to fight starvation all through the nation. He mentioned that the federal government would offer each doable help on this regard.

The prime minister additionally directed to launch ration card scheme for the poor within the tribal districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

In the course of the assembly, PM Imran was briefed about rise in remittances, restoration of Pakistan Metal Mills and different achievements of the incumbent authorities.

Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Income and Financial Affairs Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh, Minister for Planning, Improvement, Reforms and Particular Initiative Asad Umar, State Financial institution of Pakistan (SBP) Governor Dr Reza Baqir, Adviser to PM on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood and others had been current within the assembly.

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