Govt provides subsidy through Ramazan Bazaars: Farrukh

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PPP, PML-N left national economy on verge of bankruptcy


Our Correspondent
Faisalabad

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government under dynamic leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan is committed for the welfare of the masses and in this connection, the government was providing subsidy of billions of rupees through Ramazan Bazaars.

This was stated by Federal Parliamentary Secretary for Railways Mian Farrukh Habib while talking to media persons during his visit to Ramazan Bazaars in various parts of the city here on Sunday.

He said that Punjab government had established hundreds of Ramazan Bazaars across the province including Faisalabad to provide maximum relief to the people.

The people now can get different edibles on subsidized rates from these Ramazan Bazaar while role of mafia had also been eliminated by providing cheap sugar and flour on controlled rates.

He said that the government had started crackdown against the mafia which was causing them to shout.

He said that PPP and PML-N were propagating against the PTI government on inflation, although these parties were involved in money laundering and putting burden on the people.

They should tell the truth to the people that who had left the national economy on the verge of bankruptcy.

Farrukh Habib said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had the prerogative to change ministries and he was doing so in the greater national interest.

He said that Shaukat Tareen was the most suitable man for a rapid economic development of the country and he will surely strengthen the national economy and control inflation according to the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan.

He said that in the past, the Dollar rate never came back after going up adding government initiatives were stabilizing the value of the rupee.

He said that PDM members were making fun of each other after burying their own political corpses.

Farrukh Habib said that if the PTI had not taken steps against corruption, the country would had become bankrupt.

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