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PTI govt celebrates Pakistan’s achievements on Twitter

Under PM Khan's leadership, Pakistan’s exports had the fastest growth rate in South Asia. The exports grew by 33.5% compared to Bangladesh’s 31.3 % and India’s 26.5% growth. On the development front, the PTI government managed to speed up many infrastructural projects.

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With #PakistanMovingForward trending on Twitter, the PTI government is celebrating the country’s achievements under PM Khan’s leadership.

The trend began earlier today with PTI and its supporters sharing positive news on the success rate of initiatives taken by the government.

Under PM Khan’s leadership, the country witnessed economic improvements. During the month of Nov 2021, Pakistan’s exports had the fastest growth rate in South Asia. The exports grew by 33.5% compared to Bangladesh’s 31.3 % and India’s 26.5% growth.

Additionally, World Bank reported that the remittances into Pakistan grew by 26 percent during the year 2021.

“Pakistan had another year of record remittances with growth at 26 percent and levels reaching $33 billion in 2021,” says the report released by WB.

The country also achieved a historic tax collection during the month of November. The Federal Board of Revenue (FBR) collected net revenues of Rs. 2,314 billion during July-November 2021-22 as against the collection of Rs. 1,695 billion during July-November 2021-21.

Read more: FBR wins first ever money laundering case

On the development front, the PTI government managed to speed up many infrastructural projects. For example, 31 km long phase 1 of the Khushab-Sargodha road dualization project has been completed. Similarly, the PTI government promised a mass transit system for Karachi and it delivered. Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan officially launched the Green Line Bus in Karachi.

Moreover, in a bid to efficiently deal with the looming water crisis, PM Khan’s government will build 10 dams in 10 years.

“We have decided to construct 10 dams within 10 years including Dasu and Bhasha dams. We may face water shortage in the future and would be unable to cope with the needs of people and farmers unless we have storage,” the prime minister said.

PTI government investing in health and education for all

Importantly, PM Khan launched the largest humanitarian project, the Sehat Insaf Card. According to details, families with the Sehat Insaf card can avail free medical facilities of upto Rs 7,20,000 per person. The card will also provide transportation from resident to hospital and vice versa. Importantly, the card can be used in 300 government and private hospitals.

The “game-changer” Sehat card would include free treatment of cancer, cardiac arrest and lung-related diseases, sugar, surgeries, and pregnancy-related operations.

The government also launched numerous initiatives for uplifting the Pakistani youth. Earlier this year, PM Khan announced 170,000 skill-based scholarships for young people. Additionally, Pakistan’s largest sports program, the Kamyab Jawan Sports Drive was also launched recently. Under the Kamyab Sports Drive, the government will facilitate Pakistan’s talented youth to display their skills internationally in 12 main sports.

Pakistan’s successful international ties

Needless to say, Pakistan’s also improved its relations with several countries with the latter aiming for economic cooperation.

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Furthermore, Pakistan received international recognition for its role in assisting evacuation from Afghanistan.

With such remarkable achievements, it appears Pakistan is definitely moving forward towards success!

 

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