Sick economy back on track due to PM’s wise efforts: Fawad 

ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister of Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhary on Friday said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is taking all meaningful steps to control inflation and his vision had brought the country’s sick economy back on track through great efforts.

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The economic condition of the country is getting better with every passing day due to well-planned economic policies of the incumbent government, he said while talking to a private TV channel. “The present government is well aware about inflation as it hurts the lower income group of society. We are taking some serious steps to control it,” he added. He said no doubt the PTI led government’s top priority is to resolve issues of the masses.

Fawad said the PTI government under the honest leadership of Prime minister Imran khan is taking important measures to contain inflation and bring the economy back on the higher growth trajectory.

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Unfortunately, it is becoming a norm that private media picks up a report and starts a debate without any authenticity, he regretted. He said one has to verify such views. In fact, Prime Minister Imran Khan and his cabinet reduced their salaries. He said the previous corrupt rulers have spent over Rs 4.5 billion in their foreign visits whereas Imran Khan has visited with much less amount.

Imran Khan constructed the wall of his personal home in Bani Gala from his own pocket and not a single penny from tax amount was spent, he mentioned. Imran Khan is a simple man and best protector of people’s tax money, he added. He said that PTI was seriously working for the uplift of the country with introducing reforms in national institutions. He said the parliament is the mother of all institutions and it should be respected.

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