No compromise on accountability, transparency: Sarwar


Amraiz Khan

Governor Punjab Ch Mohammad Sarwar has said that no question arise about compromise on accountability and transparency, corruption by previous rulers acted like poison for country’s economy, we are eradicating crimes like corruption, oppression, injustice from the country.
Pakistan is implementing more than 27 international conventions including human rights, religious harmony, Child labour, Labour rights, environmental protection and good governance as part of GSP Plus status given to Pakistan and more efforts are being put to fully comply with these conventions.
Steps are being taken for economic growth of the country. We are focused on real performance rather than gimmicks. Economic decisions are being taken on reality and facts to bring reforms in economy in order to provide relief to the masses. Governor Punjab Ch Mohammad Sarwar was addressing a meeting to review the GSP Plus status, also attended by Additional Secretary Ministry of commerce Javed Akbar Bhatti, Joint Secretary Ayesha Makhdoom and officers from concerned departments. Governor Punjab said that we are providing conducive environment to foreign investors and providing them with more and better facilities.
After GSP Plus status Pakistan exports to Europe are rapidly increasing and for exports growth Pakistan government is taking solid steps through a comprehensive policy. He further said that Pakistan image in getting better on international level after due action by Pakistan government against crimes like corruption.
After steps taken by Govt. against corruption, world is now considering Pakistan economy as corruption free and this has boosted the confidence level of the investors. He further said that public had to go through tough times after PTI strong decisions to revive economy, but now economic condition is better and economy is moving in better direction.

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