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SINDH GOVERNMENT IS PROVIDING JOB OPPORTUNITIES. UNEMPLOYED YOUTH PREPARE FOR COMPETITIVE EXAMINATIONS.

13.25% INTEREST RATE POLICY HAS DISCOURAGED INDUSTRIALISTS/INVESTORS TO ESTABLISH INDUSTRIES. JAM IKRAMUALLAH DHAREJO .

  1. KARACHI (NOVEMBER 23): Minister for Industries and Commerce & Cooperative Department Jam Ikramullah Dharejo has said that the Sindh government is creating employment opportunities for the unemployed youth. Recruitment process will begin soon and educated young men should prepare themselves for competitive environment. This he said while talking to various delegations coming from his constituency here today at his residence. He further said that the Sindh government is committed to provide the people with better employment resources and to complete the existing and new development projects as soon as possible. Jam Ikramuallah Dharejo said, ' On the contrary, the Selected Government is taking political revenge day and night instead of providing relief and employment to the people. During the 13 months of their rule, the economy of the country has been badly affected' . He said that the interest rate has increased by 5.75% during the few months of the Selected Government, due to which the industrialists was not interested in new investment. The industrialists can not afford such an expensive loan with interest rate of 13.25%, how can they expand their business, which is a question mark for the government. Sindh minister for Industries and Commerce & Cooperative Department added, ' The rise in interest rates has led to a record decline in investment and every one in the country has been badly affected due inflation and high prices of daily commodities'. Jam Ikramullah Dharejo said that nothing good could be expected from Selected PM and his selected team because they were making hue and cry on corruption for nothing and unfortunately doing nothing for the welfare of the people and the country as well.

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CHARGE ASSUMPTION

28-11-2019

PAC DIRECTIVES.

29-10-2019