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No more economic growth in Pakistan

No more economic growth in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan’s economic transformation has unveiled the bad days and started the time for economic growth, wealth creation and jobs for the youth.

“I am just happy to be free. Inshallah (the time to come), in the times to come, Pakistan will not suffer from development cycles. Pakistan will begin its journey in 1968 when it was the fourth largest economy in Asia after Japan, China and India. He said this while addressing the ground breaking ceremony of Lodhran-Multan Road on Friday.

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The 62 km north boundary section in N5 will connect three districts of Multan, Lodhran and Bahawalpur. The project will be completed in two years at a cost of about Rs 6.8 billion.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Communications Minister Murad Saeed, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister Amir Dogar and parliamentarians from South Punjab attended.

Earlier, the Prime Minister unveiled a plaque to commence work on the two-lane road.

He said that within a few days of the PTI taking over the government, the opposition and the media started questioning its vision of a new Pakistan and also formed views on the failure of the government.

He said the government also faced criticism from the opposition, which was ready to overthrow the government unless its leaders were given NROs. Reported By

“My own people had a difficult time. The media also gave the impression that a new Pakistan could emerge by switching to a new button.