Aye­sha re­views bud­get 2016-17 pro­pos­als

Pakistan Observer - - ECONOMY WATCH -

SALIM AHMED LA­HORE—Pro­vin­cial Fi­nance Min­is­ter Dr. Aye­sha Ghaus Pasha has said that Bud­get 2016-17 of Pun­jab is be­ing ar­ranged while con­sid­er­ing re­li­able eco­nomic progress and keep­ing eye on hur­dles, like en­ergy short­age, di­min­ish­ing se­cu­rity and short­age of trained hu­man power. She said that en­ergy short­age is­sue is ut­most pri­or­ity, which is ef­fect­ing from trade to la­bor and from job holder to re­tail shops.

Dr. Aye­sha Ghaus Pasha ex­pressed such views while pre­sid­ing over meet­ing re­gard­ing bud­get prepa­ra­tions. She said that agri­cul­ture sec­tor prob­lems can be re­moved by ben­e­fit­ing from in­ter­na­tional level re­searches and use of lat­est tech­nol­ogy, pro­vid­ing qual­ity medicines to counter de­creased pro­duc­tion of agri­cul­ture-prod­ucts. She said that landown­ers and farmer is­sues is be­ing fo­cused. She said that, in this way ef­fort of fed­eral gov­ern­ment is speed­ily im­ple­mented with ren­der­ing in­vest­ments in so­lar, coal, wind and gas power pro­jects and for this pur­pose Pub­lic-Pri­vate Part­ner­ship is spe­cially fo­cused. She said that along with com­mon man and in­ter­nal ex­ter­nal in­vestors are pro­vided with lat­est in­stru­ments and en­hance­ment of strength of po­lice force to change Thana cul­ture by pro­vid­ing them with in­for­ma­tion and tech­nol­ogy for the bet­ter­ment of law and or­der sit­u­a­tion in the prov­ince.

She said that young­ster will be pro­vided with spe­cial train­ing which is to­day the de­mand of in­ter­na­tional mar­ket and chang­ing in­creas­ing pop­u­la­tion into hu­man power. Pro­vin­cial Fi­nance Min­is­ter has said that rais­ing pro­vin­cial re­sources gov­ern­ment is turn­ing ev­ery stone un­cov­ered to de­crease bur­den of rev­enue re­ceipts for the poor how­ever, steps are be­ing taken to pro­vide fa­cil­i­ties to the poor and ear­lier im­ple­mented taxes will be re­cov­ered and re­cov­ery from de­fault­ers will be done in this re­gard.

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