PM’s initiatives going to build new Pakistan: Aleem
Punjab Senior Minister Abdul Aleem Khan has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is on the path of real change and his revolutionary and far-reaching initiatives are going to build a new Pakistan. He said that prime minister’s initiatives have saved Pakistan billions of rupees in the last two years and this is enough to prove his strategy, political acumen and competence.
Taking to Twitter on Monday, Aleem Khan said the present government has made huge savings in major projects like Reko Diq, Karkey and GIDC and new low-cost agreements with IPPs and private companies are also proof of Imran Khan’s vision.
He said that success in the gas surcharge case would result in the recovery of Rs400 billion from private companies. He said the increase in national remittances was a welcoming step which would strengthen the national economy.
The senior minister said that growth of the stock market and an increase of 13,000 points in three months show the success of the present government despite the coronavirus crisis. He said that international rating agency Moody’s positive review of the Pakistani economy was a good omen. He said that declaring Pakistan economically stable was a big breakthrough. Under leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan is winning on the internal and external fronts, he said. He said that Pakistan would achieve more successes in the next three years, he added.
Aleem Khan said that progress and prosperity will go further strong and ensure the protection of the rights of the common man in the coming days.