Govt injected incentives to galvanise country’s exports, NA told
ISLAMABAD: Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan on Wednesday said the Pakistan exports were witnessing growth as a result of incentives given by the government to the export oriented industries.
Participating in the budget debate in the National Assembly on Wednesday, he said the country’s remittances were also touching 28 billion dollars. He said as the country was heading towards economic growth, its benefit would ultimately reach all the people.
The minister for aviation said the agriculture sector was neglected by the previous governments. He said the PTI government enhanced the wheat support price to 18,00 rupees per 40 kilogram which will benefit the farmers.
Ghulam Sarwar Khan said the Ring Road project was the need of Rawalpindi but the previous governments did not pay any attention to its construction. He said the PTI government will complete this important project in its tenure.
He also criticized the confrontation politics of the opposition parties saying they are responsible for pandemonium and hooliganism in the house.
Participating in the debate, Mehar Ghulam Muhammad Lali emphasized the need for research in the agriculture sector in order to bolster its productivity. He said subsidy should be given to the farmers to install solar tube wells. He said tax exemption should be given for import of agri related machinery.