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Customs officials have to fulfill their responsibility, Dr Abdul Hafeez


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

26th Jan, 2020. 03:44 pm
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Hafeez Sheikh

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s adviser on finance Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh on Sunday urged for providing best facilities to foreigners and overseas Pakistanis upon their arrival in the country

As per details, Abdul Hafeez Shaikh was addressing a ceremony related to Customs Day.

He praised the performance of Customs officials and highlighted the importance of their role in the national economy.

Speaking on the occassion he said“It is necessary to provide the best facilities to foreigners and overseas Pakistan arriving in the country.”

“Customs officials will have to fulfill this responsibility and improving the impression of their institutions.”

“We will also have to focus on improving our services on modern principles.”

Dr Abdul Hafeez said number of people visiting Pakistan has doubled in the last 1.5 years.

The institution is the face of Pakistan, whereas, Customs’ role very important to achieve national targets, he added.

The government has prioritized to promote global trade for economic uplift

He said the Center will also provide resources to Customs like other government institutions, he said.

Earlier in December last year, Abdul Hafeez Shaikh had said that international financial institutions were affirming Pakistan’s economic growth.

Addressing PSX Top 25 Companies Award in Karachi, Hafeez Shaikh said that the government effective polices and economic reforms were bearing fruit.

He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government steer the country out of economic crises.

Hafeez Shaikh said that the incumbent government promoted business-friendly environment in the country

He said that the government has taken effective measures to increase exports.

The adviser said that the government did not take loan from the State Bank of Pakistan during the last six months and added that prices of petroleum products were not increased during the last five months.

 

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