Govt committed to bring IT based reforms in agri sector: Shauzab


Parliamentary Secretary for Planning, Development and Reforms Kanwal Shauzab Tuesday said the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government was working on a project to bring information technology (IT) based reforms in the agriculture sector.

Talking to PTV news, she said it would help farmers adopt modern techniques to enhance their products and exports.

Shauzab said the government was committed to empower the farmers through all possible means so that they could have their due share in the market.

She said after launching this new system, the role of middleman would be vanished permanently and farmers would have direct access to the market.

She said the government’s prudent policies would bring huge inflow of investment through massive economic activities and employment opportunities in the country.

The parliamentary secretary lamented that over five million people were unemployed in textile sector during the previous government. —APP


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