PM Imran Khan to share govt’s three-year performance report today
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will share the government’s three-year performance on Thursday (today).The report will disclose the key achievements of his government marking a journey of stable economy and development and welfare projects.
The Three-year Performance Report will be launched at the Convention Centre, Islamabad.
Moreover, the report will also reveal the efforts of each ministry and division in facilitating the common man in line with the vision of Naya Pakistan.
The Report 2018-21, compiled by the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting under the patronage of its head Chaudhry Fawad Hussain, focuses the accomplishments the government has made despite the global economic recession in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
The 251-page Report gives an outline of the achievements of 44 public bodies including ministries, divisions and departments, through infographics and relevant facts and figures.
Earlier on August 24, the PTI Senator Faisal Javed revealed that Prime Minister, Imran Khan will be launching Roshan Apna Ghar programme on Friday.
Taking it to Twitter, PTI Senator Faisal Javed stated “on this Friday insha’ALLAH PM Imran Khan will address a ceremony in connection with launching of RoshanApnaGhar and also Roshan Digital Accounts reaching $2 Billion deposits mark in mere 11 months”.
“Hats off to our overseas Pakistanis for their phenomenal response,” he further stated.
The Roshan Apna Ghar programme is being led by State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) with the support of eight major banks in Pakistan.
Through this initiative, Pakistani living abroad will able to avail the banking facility from a digital payment system and the consumers are able to open their bank accounts without visiting bank, embassy or consulate.
Moreover, they will be able to operate their accounts without visiting the country and could avail facilities of direct banking, bill payment and other e-commerce facilities.
These accounts could also be used for investments in the stock exchange and property within Pakistan. The consumers would also have the option to either open a Pakistan currency or foreign currency account.