Govt striving hard to provide relief to people: PM

Published February 13, 2020
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that despite the difficult situation the government was trying its best to provide relief to people. — Photo courtesy Radio Pakistan
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that despite the difficult situation the government was trying its best to provide relief to people. — Photo courtesy Radio Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that despite the difficult situation the government was trying its best to provide relief to people.

Talking to ticket holders of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf from Gujranwala, who called on him at the PM Office, he said the people, fed up with corruption and mafia, now considered the PTI as their savior, said a press release issued by the PM Office.

“Inshallah, the people will get sufficient relief owing to government’s efforts and various steps taken in this regard,” Mr Khan added.

He said: “PTI came to power in a difficult situation and it is presently confronted with mafias and inflation.”

The prime minister discussed with the PTI leaders the overall situation in the country and people’s problems and their development requirements.

The delegation informed the prime minister about the problems faced by the people and development expenditures of their constituencies.

They expressed full confidence in the steps being taken by the government against price-hike.

The prime minister assured them that suggestions about development requirements of their constituencies would be considered.

The PTI leaders from Gujranwala who called on the prime minister included Mohammad Ahmed Chatta from NA 79, Mian Tariq from NA-80, Chaudhry Siddique Mahar from NA-81, Ali Ashraf Mughal from NA-82, Rana Nazir from NA- 83 and Rana Bilal Ijaz from NA-84.

Published in Dawn, February 13th, 2020

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