Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) for Muhammad’s Youth Usman Dar Monday said Prime Minister Imran Khan and his government are trying to control inflation in the country by making “ earnest efforts ”.
In a video message, he said, the prime minister had emphatically said in a recent tweet that the government will use all resources at its disposal to lower food prices.
He said the volunteers of the Prime Minister’s Coronavirus Assistance Tiger Force would be involved to assist the relevant departments in controlling the artificial price increases in the country.
Usman Dar ask tiger force members to prepare for new tasks with the same sense of responsibility, wisdom and honesty that was demonstrated during the coronavirus pandemic.
He said the prime minister would assign new tasks for “tiger power” such as hoarding and inflation identification. The prime minister will provide a complete road map on that next Saturday at the Convention Center, Islamabad, he added.
Rejecting criticism of opposition parties against members of the tiger squad, he appreciated those carrying out rescue and relief activities during the pandemic.
He said members of the tiger squad, during the height of the pandemic, had made extraordinary efforts to ensure the implementation of standard anti-coronavirus operating procedures (SOPs) such as social distancing and the ‘No Masks No Service’ campaign in hospitals, utility stores. , mosque and Ehsaas Emergency Cash Center.
Dar regrets that the opposition targets volunteers, who are responsible for carrying out various tasks without greed and monetary gain during difficult times.
He said tiger power is the name of an ideology because its members appear with a national spirit and a sense of responsibility.
The tiger squad was formed in March following the Covid-19 outbreak in the country to help the civilian government carry out activities related to the coronavirus.
Later, they will be given additional tasks related to tree eviction, anti-dengue and anti-polio campaigns, locust surveillance, traffic management, flood prevention and control, and other issues that require more human resources.