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Prime Minister Imran Khan lands in Lahore


Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

26th Jan, 2020. 11:06 am
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Prime Minister Imran Khan landed in Lahore on a day-long visit to Lahore today( Sunday) .

Prime Minister Imran Khan on his visit he will be briefed on performance of Punjab government.

During the visit, the prime minister will meet Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and Punjab Governor Chaudhary Sarwar.

PM Imran will meet provincial cabinet members. Current situations regarding wheat and flour crisis as well as inflation in the province will be come under discussion.

His visit comes in the wake of reports that some disgruntled PTI lawmakers have formed a forward bloc in the Punjab Assembly over non-fulfilment of their demands.

The forward bloc has reportedly been joined by a large number of members of the Provincial Assembly (MPAs) belonging to South and Central Punjab.

According to sources, Prime Minister Imran Khan will also preside over a number of important meetings during his stay in the provincial capital.

Furthermore Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday will distribute distribute cheques among beneficiaries of subsidised business loans under his government’s Kamyab Jawan Programme – Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme during his day-long official visit to Karachi.

Sindh Governor Imran Ismail, federal ministers and a large number of youths selected under the loan programme have been invited to attend a ceremony scheduled to be held at the Governor House.  PM Imran will distribute cheques among the youths selected from across Sindh.

Special Advisor to the PM for Youth Affairs Usman Dar has asserted that provision of employment to youths at the earliest was among the top priorities of the government.

“The premier has allocated highest-ever budget in the country’s history for youths,” Mr Dar said, adding that the government was initiating distribution of loans across Sindh and other parts of the country on an immediate basis.

“Millions of Sindh’s youths have come under the banner of the successful youth program that will increase employment and reduce poverty” Mr Dar added, while pointing out that the government would provide best guidance and training to youths under its patronage.

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