Govt giving top priority to economic revival: Ikhlas

ISLAMABAD: PML-N leader and Parliamentary Secretary for Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) Raja Muhammad Javed Ikhlas on Monday said PML-N led government has been giving top priority to the economic revival so that masses can come out of the poverty.

He said that we will ensure timely completion of all the welfare and development projects and ensure provision of all basic facilities to people at their doorsteps.

Javed Ikhlas said that enabling policies of the PML-N government are welcomed inside the country and abroad which would help raise the living standard of people and put the country on the path to prosperity.

Talking to Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President Pakistan Economy Watch, he said that IMF has been lauding our policies which will surely transform Pakistan into a self-reliant and strong country.

He said that better utilisation of available resources and tapping new resources would help create maximum opportunities of economic and industrial promotion which will reduce the menace of unemployment in the country.

Ikhlas pointed out that the present government had adopted practical steps to eliminate energy crisis, ensure peace and weed out terrorism which would strengthen economy as well as democracy.

Youth Loan Scheme is a revolutionary step which would create new opportunities of employment and help the youth to play their due role in strengthening national economy.

PML-N government made Pakistan a nuclear power 1997 and now it will make country an economic power by strengthening institutions and introducing enabling policies.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr Murtaza Mughal said that Nawaz government have been a mix of strengths and weaknesses.

Government’s drive against illegal electric and gas connections and some other steps expresses commitment towards resolving the energy crisis which can help it ensure another term in 2018.

Peace with Taliban and India would help the government focus more on the internal problems, he said.

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