Overseas Pakistanis to Have Profitable Packages in Homeland – Research Snipers

Overseas Pakistanis to Have Profitable Packages in Homeland

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Asad Umer—the leader of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf mentioned on Monday that the Overseas Pakistanis would be provided profitable packages within Pakistan.

While conversing with a private news channel he said that the overseas Pakistani would enjoy their money security after they invest in the country.

He added that the Pakistanis living abroad had been facing many difficulties when it comes to investing in Pakistan. He further said all the options are being considered for the betterment of the country’s economy.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would solve the challenges being faced by the entire country, he added that Imran Khan—the Chairman PTI was fully aware of the challenges that Pakistan is facing.

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While stating concern over the debt condition, he said that it was increasing with every passing day.  Asad Umer said that PTI has drafted a hundred-day plan for the implementation in order to meet the wanted objectives for the betterment and benefit of people.

Regarding the Prime Minister’s oath-taking ceremony, he said that that it is most likely that Imran Khan would be taking the oath on the 15th of August.

About the matter of chief ministers, he said that in a few days’ time Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf would decide in this regard.

Asad Umer was hopeful that PTI would be forming the government in three provinces.

Responding to one other question, he said that PTI would give preference to those in cabinet who possess the qualities of integrity and delivering to the public.

He also informed that Imran Khan would not be living in the prime minister house. And Khan would not even be living in Bani Gala owing to security concerns.

He assured that his party would ensure transparency in FBR for stopping corruption.

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