Govt is able to subsidize petrol, diesel & electricity & give relief to people because of this performance of the FBR: PM Imran Khan.

ISLAMABAD -- Prime Minister Imran Khan has said loans worth Rs 1,000 d billion will be provided to four point five million deserving households under Kamyab Pakistan Program by next year to lift them out of poverty and enable them earn their livelihoods.

PM Imran Khan was addressing a ceremony in connection with launch of disbursement of interest free loans under Kamyab Pakistan Program at Faisal Mosque in Islamabad on Wednesday. He said that loans to the tune of 2.5 billion rupees have already been disbursed under the program.

The Prime Minister said Kamyab Pakistan Program, aimed at taking the country towards a welfare state, will be further expanded.

Imran Khan said Kamyab Pakistan Program envisages interest free loans of five hundred thousand rupees for businesses, three hundred and fifty thousand rupees for the farmers and two million rupees for the construction of houses.

He said technical training will also be provided to one member of each deserving family in order to help them stand on their own feet.

Alluding to other pro people initiatives including health insurance scheme, he said this path, which was envisioned by Philosopher Poet Allama Iqbal, will take the country towards greatness.

Imran Khan regretted that Pakistan in the past could not achieve its due place in the comity of nations because it did not pursue the ideology for which it was created. He noted that the nations which forget their ideology never succeed.

The Prime Minister said he is inaugurating Rahmatul-lil Alameen authority today (Thursday) and the aim is to acquaint our youth with the life and teachings of Hazrat Muhammad Rasool Allah Khatam-un-Nabiyeen Sallallaho Alaihe Wa Ala Alayhee Wa Ashabehi...

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