The Prime Minister of Pakistan, Shehbaz Sharif, has distributed cheques to the youth of the nation under the Prime Minister Youth Business and Agriculture Loan Scheme. The information about the following has been shared by PM Sharif, through his official social media handle.
It is to be noted that, during the cheque distribution ceremony, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif also delivered the address to the participants, adding that, “We have to take bold decisions to stabilize the country’s economy, economic development will be possible in Pakistan only through revolutionary measures, in the past people have been filling their wallets, in the name of accountability, the opposition and the government The worst revenge was taken from the officers, if the people give Muhammad Nawaz Sharif and his team a chance, they will change the destiny of the country.”
During the ceremony, Governor of Punjab, Muhammad Balighur Rahman, Special Assistant for Youth Affairs Shaza Fatima, Advisor to Prime Minister Ahad Cheema, Special Assistant Atta Tarr, President Bank of Punjab, Zafar Masood, Ministers, Parliamentarians, Government Officers along with a large number of women including youth of the nation were present.
Prime Minister Sharif, during the address, said that, “The reduction in petrol prices was announced to give relief to the public due to the increase in the value of the rupee against the dollar, although the prices of crude oil are increasing in the global market.”
He said that, “The positive aspect of the IMF program is that the rupee is stabilizing. If it were not for this program, I can say without fear where the rupee would be and the country’s economic situation would be in turmoil.”
While elaborating further, PM Sharif mentioned that, “Those who were involved in conspiracies against the country, Allah buried their conspiracies and the fabrics of these conspiracies are across the sea.The IMF program is not a halwa or a lado pede, for this we have to take bold decisions to stabilize the country’s economy with persistence, economic development in Pakistan can be possible only through revolutionary measures. we have to decide to work hard and the biggest responsibility of this decision is on the government, elites, politicians, government officials, if everyone is united then no one can stop the way of our development.”