Will facilitate businesses, says PM Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that the government will do its utmost to support the business and trade in the country while meeting a delegation of national assembly representatives from the city of Faisalabad — home to some of the largest export-oriented sectors in the country.
He said that the trade and business activities in the city of Faisalabad are pivotal to the economic development of the country and said that all of the needed support will be extended to the city’s businessmen in order to help increase trade.
PM Imran Khan was flanked by Information Minister Shibli Faraz, Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar and Special Adviser Shahzad Akber.
On the other hand, the businessmen from the city of Faisalabad also welcomed the initiatives taken by the government to mitigate the Covid-19 virus and said the strategies executed by the government were key in containing the virus in the country.
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Meanwhile, PM Imran Khan said the government’s multiple packages for the construction sector were aimed at reviving the economy and increasing the overall activity. He said that the construction sector will help the allied sectors of acement, steel and others as well and provide millions of employment opportunities to the labour class.
Moreover, he also told the visiting delegation that the government was taking steps to ensure that the small and medium enterprises were facilitated so that they can also contribute in the economic development of the country.
The visiting delegation from Faisalabad included MNA Chaudhry Asim Nazir, Nawab Sher Waseer, Raza Nasrullah Ghumman, Khurram Shahzad, Farrukh Habibullah, Faizullah and Raja Riaz Ahmed.
These members of the national assembly also apprised the PM Imran Khan on the work on development projects in their respective constituencies. They also shared their demands and needs to the PM Imran Khan asking him to use the government machinery to help address the issues faced by the businesses based out of Faisalabad.