Bilawal voices concern on rise in unemployment

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Observer Report
Islamabad

Chairman Pakistan People’s Party Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, expressing grave concern over the unprecedented rise in unemployment, has said that as almost half of the country’s working-class have either lost their salaries or their jobs during the 32 months of PTI misrule.

According to statement issued by Media Cell Bilawal House on Thursday, the PPP Chairman said that Imran Khan had claimed that 2020 would be ‘the year of jobs’, but his government has only overseen mass unemployment.

PTI’s manifesto had promised to create 10 million jobs, but the youth are wandering the corners of Pakistan, degrees in hand, and the government has failed in creating employment, he added.

The PPP Chairman also said that no government in Pakistan’s history had such anti-employment policies as the current one.

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