We want to bring China’s economic system in Pakistan: PM Imran
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that his government wanted to bring China’s economic system in Pakistan to uplift its economy.
“We are trying our best to encourage the business community for investment. This is the first government which is focused on improving the business sector and uplifting poor segment of society,” said PM Imran Khan while addressing the inaugural ceremony of AirSial, the third private airline of Pakistan, in Sialkot.
He said development was inclusive and no area could be neglected. The government was trying its best for establishment of new industries in Pakistan, he said adding that development in neglected areas was the government’s prime mission.
“The biggest problem faced by Pakistan is lack of foreign reserves. We were at the verge of default when the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf came into power. We can lift the country through industrialization,” he said.
He said the SMEs provided the most of the jobs in a country.
On second wave of coronavirus, he said the easiest way to protect oneself from coronavirus was wearing a mask.
“The winters will be tough for us. We can protect ourselves from difficulties in winter if we take precautionary measures beforehand,” he said.
He said the government faced problems during first coronavirus wave and the opposition was criticizing then that he was not imposing lockdown. While, he said the opposition was holding rallies despite rising number of viral diseases now.