PM Demands Immediate Return Of Money Looted From Developing Countries
Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the world’s powerful economies to provide vaccine technology to developing countries in support of the global pandemic.
The Prime Minister made this demand while addressing the Economic and Social Council Forum. He called for emergency financial relief for developing countries and said that a smart lockdown policy was adopted during Coronavirus and now Pakistan is facing the third wave of the pandemic.
Imran Khan said that Pakistan is among the top 10 countries affected by climate change. Therefore, the government took an important step and started a plan to plant 10 billion trees in the country. We are focused on renewable energy projects to reduce environmental pollution, the premier added.
During his address, Prime Minister Imran Khan also demanded the immediate and unconditional return of money looted from developing countries.
Trillions Of Dollars Flowing Out From Developing Countries: PM
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that lifting people out of poverty is the priority of the government by creating a system to deliver direct subsidies to the poor.
Addressing the launch of UNDP Pakistan’s report on human development, the Prime Minister said that in my view, society is known for caring for the weaker class.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that trillions of dollars are transferred abroad from poor countries through money laundering. On the other hand, some rich people became richer during the Coronavirus pandemic.
“When the currency is volatile, it affects the whole economy,” he said. The sugar mafia is very strong in our country. Sugar mills worked together to increase sugar prices through speculation. For the first time in the history of the country, action is being taken against the sugar mafia.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said that when we got the government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the province was very much affected by terrorism.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has taken other important steps, including poverty alleviation. Now Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is on par with Punjab in the race for development.
The Prime Minister said that he would personally review the recommendations of the UNDP report. The Coronavirus pandemic has severely affected the services sector in Pakistan.
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