Govt will leave no stone unturned in providing relief to masses: PM Imran
ISLAMABAD, FEB 10 (DNA) : Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said that the government would leave no stone unturned in providing relief against inflation to general public particularly poor and salaried class.
The prime minister chaired a meeting on providing relief against inflation attended by PM’s Special Assistant on Social Protection Dr Sania Nishtar, Chairman Utility Stores Zulfiqar Ali Khan, federal secretaries of Finance ministry, Commerce ministry and Social Protection Division, Managing Director Utility Stores and other senior officers.
Imran Khan said the government cannot act as a silent spectator on the difficulties faced by the poor people.
Big decisions taken by prime minister against inflation would be announced on Tuesday in a meeting of the federal cabinet.
The prime minister said that the top priority of the government is to provide relief to general public, especially the poor and the salaried class.
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