Faisal Vawda demands apology from newspaper for jobs claim news


Faisal Vawda Federal Minister for Water Resources job claims business recorder pakistani newspaper
12 Apr, 2019 12:00 am

ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Federal Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda has demanded apology from the Pakistani newspaper for attributing him with a statement that ‘one billion jobs’ would be given to people.

In his tweet, Faisal Vawda said the newspaper must apologise for this news and the way they have sensitised it by giving this false number of one billion which I never claimed,” he said.

The minister added, “If they don’t retract the statement then I’ll take legal action and file a complaint to the relevant department.”

“Business recorder must apologise for this news and the way they have sensitised it by giving this false number of “one billion” which I never claimed. If they don’t then I’ll take legal action & file a complaint to the relevant department,” the minister tweeted.

Vawda hit headlines on April 9 when he claimed that in seven to ten days, Pakistan will be having so many jobs that they will exceed the number of people looking for an employment.

Faisal Vawda said there would be ‘ample jobs’ in the country in near future and a dearth of people against the posts.

He stressed further, the economic condition will improve a lot and the living standards will be so great that tobacco-sellers will offer to pay taxes.

The minister said foreign investment will be attracted, if investors were provided with tax relief. He said the PTI government has caught people who were supporting PML-N in the various departments and were busy in failing the incumbent government.


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