Incoming govts will also abide by IMF deal, says PM Modi.

Incoming govts will also abide by IMF deal, says PM Modi.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif assures international donors that funds given for flood victims will be spent judiciously. Earlier in the day he inaugurated eight different mega projects including gas electricity and infrastructure schemes in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

He continued to attack his predecessor PTI chief Imran Khan saying that the latter had only misled and provoked the youth. Blaming the PTI regime for all ills from a surge in circular debt and loadshedding to backbreaking inflation and spoiling the IMF programme he said his government has done well to rescue the weak economy it had inherited.

The coalition government was committed to create a road link between the Gwadar Port and the Central Asian countries under CPEC, Minister for Communications Asad Mehmood said. The Maulana also touted the industrial estates being established in Bannu and Dera Ismail Khan saying they would change the fate of the people of the area.

Energy Minister Khurram Dastgir said that development projects which had remained suspended between and were being completed on priority adding that the current government added MW of electricity to the national grid in just months. The prime minister said he was taken aback as he visited stalls and was briefed about the innovative projects prepared by the youngsters including drones for agricultural purposes and the use of banana peels for different products.

He said the network of incubation centres should have been spread countrywide some years ago and recalled the establishment of such a center at Arfa Karim Tower in while being the Punjab chief minister. Considering the talent and importance of the IT he said the Rs billion allocated for venture capital was just peanuts.

He particularly lauded Sahar Munir a girl from Naushki for her vision and ideas to promote the IT sector.


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