March, 21, 2023
Inflation is on the rise

Inflation is on the rise in the country

The government took over in a precarious situation, the agreement with the IMF was broken, the oil prices were skyrocketing another big challenge came up in the form of floods

It is hoped that the civilized society in Geneva will come forward to help the victims. We will not sit down from China until the fulfillment of our duty: Address, Ulama delegation meeting, Islamabad, Sahabatpur  Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that there is no doubt that inflation is on the rise in the country, which In the circumstances we took over the government, they were very unhappy.

Our agreement with the IMF was broken, oil prices in the world were skyrocketing, we could not buy the cheapest gas due to the incompetence of the previous government. Wheat production was less than our demand. Currently, billions of dollars worth of wheat is imported, Pakistan spent 27 billion dollars on oil, which was the largest oil expenditure in history.

Along with all these problems, another big challenge came up in the form of floods, but thank God the coalition government also played their part in serving the flood victims according to their criteria and the provincial governments also played their part. Addressing the flood victims and local elders in Sahabpur area of ​​Balochistan, Shahbaz Sharif expressed the hope that the civilized society in Pakistan will provide full support for the rehabilitation and reconstruction of the flood victims at the International Conference on Climate Resiliency in Geneva on January 9.

Will come forward for, he said, payment of compensation for houses to flood victims All resources will be used for this. The federal government allocated more than 100 billion rupees for the victims from the Bebinzeer Income Support Program(Inflation). To make Pakistan stand on its own feet, we will not have to express courage and spirit of sacrifice and self-sacrifice. I was very happy to see the Danish School established here, there is a computer lab and smart boards have been displayed.

When Danesh School was started in Punjab, the good aim was to provide education facilities to the poor children of faraway places. If these children are not included in the national stream, then the dream of making Pakistan will not be fulfilled. The Prime Minister announced the establishment of 12 Danish schools in Balochistan equipped with modern facilities, which will be on the model of the Danish schools built in Punjab, where children will be given free education, Accommodation and food will be provided.

The provincial government will provide land for these schools

He said that hundreds of children have become engineers and doctors from this sapling of Danish School planted in 2008. The hostel and other facilities will be completed by March 23 in Danish School in Sahabpur, which will be inaugurated on March 23. Along with these Danish schools, there will also be medical clinics so that the boys and girls studying here and the teachers can get medical facilities.

An e-library will also be established here. The model school building here has been completed in 2 months, now it will be made into a Danish school. These Danish schools will be supplied with electricity from solar energy. These knowledge schools will play a key role for Pakistan. The light of which is the whole of Pakistan  will illuminate. He said that the rehabilitation work of the flood victims is still going on, thousands of victims are still waiting for help, and an international conference is being organized for them.

The victims have yet to pay the compensation for the houses. 1 million houses have been destroyed. Allah will create means for this(Inflation). The victims still need many rupees. The government will not sit down from China until its duty is fulfilled On this occasion Acting Governor John Muhammad Jamali announced the provision of free land for the establishment of Danish School in his area. The Prime Minister was also briefed regarding rehabilitation of flood victims and reconstruction and rehabilitation of damaged infrastructure.

Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated the smart school in Sahabatpur

This smart school was destroyed by flood Built in a record time of 2 months in the area. The Prime Minister also announced the conversion of Smart School into the first Danish School in Balochistan(Inflation). He mingled with the school children. He sat with the students in their classrooms. Shahbaz Sharif said in a meeting with the delegation of Etihad Organization Madrasahs that madrasahs across the country are an important means of promoting Islamic education.

We are working, we will provide all possible support in the educational and social services of madrasas with the consultation of scholars. In the meeting, President JUI Maulana Fazlur Rehman, Mufti Taqi Usmani, Maulana Hanif Jalandhri, Mufti Muneebur Rahman, Abdul Mustafa Hazarvi, Sajid Mir, Maulana Abdul Malik, Maulana Afzal Haidari, Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad and Maulana Fazal Rahim Ashar were participants. The delegation apprised the Prime Minister about the problems faced by the madrassas.

The Prime Minister assured that the government will give them more autonomy in the management of these madrassas and not only simplify their registration procedure but also provide education in accordance with the modern requirements of these madrassas(Inflation). Kind help will be provided. Madrasahs have always protected the interests of Pakistan. In a tweet, the Prime Minister said, “We are partnering with skilled people to tackle the challenges facing Pakistan.

On my direction, the Minister of Planning is the champion.” of Reforms (COR) Network, which will act as a platform to engage experts for the country. For the first time in the country’s history, the best talent will be harnessed to tackle major challenges. COR Network will serve as a platform where top experts will meet to serve the nation. For the first time in Pakistan’s history, we are moving towards a practical path where we will partner with our best talent to make collective efforts to solve the challenges facing the country.

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