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You have brand prime minister who is not a thief or dacoit, PM Imran Khan tells spokespersons

You have brand prime minister who is not a thief or dacoit, PM Imran Khan tells spokespersons
January 3, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the party spokespersons to remove ambiguity over the Finance Bill.

Addressing a meeting of the spokespersons on Monday, he said that taxes of Rs2 billion are being exaggerated by the opposition. "Your prime minister is a brnad who is not a thief or a dacoit. The opposition provides protection to its thieves, dacoits and corrupt leaders. Never let the opposition dominate and show it the mirror," he maintained.

He also directed the spokespersons to remove public confusion over the refund and rebate. "The agriculture production and exports are at the historic high. The foreign exchange reserves have reached Rs25 billion. These achievements are not being discussed," he maintained.

He also expressed satisfaction over the economic situation.

The prime minister ordered the spokespersons to vigorously counter the fake narrative of the opposition. "It should be informed at the public level that the documented economy is in the national interest," he maintained.

He directed that a comprehensive campaign should be launched about the welfare projects, including Ehsas Programme, Home Financing and Health Card.

Later addressing a meeting on Agriculture Transformation Plan, Prime Minister Imran Khan said: “Agriculture in Pakistan will be revolutionised with the introduction of better mechanisation tools and ICT-enabled extension services.”

He said that olive cultivation and shrimp farming on commercial scale are need of the hour to ensure food security in the country. "It will also help in improving exports”, he added.

The prime minister directed the authorities concerned to establish centres of excellence in Punjab and KP for research in major crops like cotton, wheat and rice. He also directed to set up calf-raising centres and introduce better artificial insemination techniques for the growth of livestock and the improvement of milk production in the country.