PM Imran Khan orders maximum relief to masses
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed to provide maximum relief to the masses.
He was presiding over a high-level to control price-hike on Friday.
The meeting also held consultation to activate the price control committees. The prime minister directed to redress the problems of the masses.
On October 17, Prime Minister Imran Khan had inaugurated the Rs100 billion Kamyab Jawan Program. Addressing the ceremony, the prime minister said that youth are future of Pakistan and its destiny depends on them. “The PTI government strongly believes in merit and transparency and summary of Kamyab Jawan program is a program of merit.”
Imran Khan said that only those nations move forward in the world that follow the rule of merit. “As a result of establishment of state of Madina by Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), the Muslims ruled the world for over a thousand years. Meritocracy and uprightness are hallmarks of the state of Madinah which helped it succeed,” he said.
The prime minister said that the main reason for demise of Muslims in the world was the adoption of monarchy and not giving democratic rights to their society. “The Mughal Empire declined as they did not follow the rule of merit.”
He urged the youth to read about the life of Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) as he is a role model for the whole world. He congratulated all stakeholders for launching the first phase of program for youth of the country.
Imran Khan said Youth Skills Foundation will be set up for youth of the country and he will personally monitor the programme to check its progress. “Minorities, being equal citizens of Pakistan, will also benefit from the programme alike. A uniform system of education will be introduced into the country to streamline the society.”
Under Kamyab Jawan Program, one hundred billion rupees will be distributed among youth as loans for their business ventures. The youth are being provided loans under three categories. It is anticipated that the program will benefit one million youth.