WB to invest $2b in five important sectors of Punjab: Firdous

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Staff Reporter
Lahore

Special Assistant to Chief Minister Punjab on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that the World Bank’s Country Director for Pakistan Najy Benhassine during his meeting with the Chief Minister Usman Buzdar discussed about investing $2 billion in five important sectors adding that the investment will be made in 5Gs sectors including girls’ education, clean and green Pakistan and last but not the least improving governance standards.
She expressed these views while addressing a press conference flanked by Provincial Minister for Livestock Sardar Husnain Bahadar Dreshak at DGPR Office on Tuesday.

Talking to media, Dr Firdous said that the World Bank will provide assistance to overcome problems in tourism, education and health sectors. She said that elimination of corruption is only possible through e-Governance and the government is effectively pursuing the Digital Punjab vision.

She said that the important spell of Chief Minister has started and he has won two wickets of PML-N in two days and the process will continue. She said that day is not far when PTI will clean bowled the whole team of opposition and they will be sent back to pavilion.
The Special Assistant said that the miserable condition of opposition clearly shows that the PTI will win the Senate election with a big margin.

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