PM: (PM wants to convert Pakistan into stable economy: Marvi)

ISLAMABAD: Chairperson of Benazir Income Support Program (BISP) Marvi Memon has said that Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif wanted to convert Pakistan into a stable economy.

Addressing a gathering of BISP card holder women in Kotli on Wednesday, she said that BISP held a survey five years ago and after completion of five years another country-wide survey would be conducted to ascertain the exact number of deserving families.

Marvi Memon urged the women who were left out in the last survey to get their names registered in the fresh survey which would be completed in two years.

She said that a total of one million children have been registered under the BISP and their educational expenses are being paid to the card-holder women to enable their children get education.

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