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100 days of PTI Govt report of ministers requested by PM

100-day report PTI

Islamabad: Imran khan on Tuesday has received a 100-day performance report of different ministries. The report comprised of their achievements and list of their failures.

It is reported that Federal minister of railways Sheikh Rasheed and State Minister for Communications Murad Saeed appeared to have a tough competition

Reports reveal that their 100-day plan is achieved on time. According to stats, railway minister has added an income of Rs 2 billion and Murad Saeed’s ministry added Rs 3 bilion to its revenue.

Minister for water resources, Faisal Vawda  is said to have achieved targeted points. He successfully launched campaign against water theft and also  began working on the construction of Dasum Dam.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi, Foreign Minister of Pakistan is also said to have reached his goals for first 100-days.

Zulfi Bukhari, Minister of state for Overseas Pakistanis is also listen among top ten performing Prime Ministers.  He has worked to overcome problems for Pakistanis living abroad.

Minister for Law Farogh Naseem’s report was also impressive and he stated that he has successfully achieved his goals and targets.

However it is reported that number of the ministers failed to satisfy and meet the deadline targets.

Among them is the eminent name of Minister for Science and Technology Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui who did not start even a single major project pertaining to technology.

The list does not just end here. Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Fehmida Mirza, Federal Minister for science and technology Azam sawati and Privatization minister Mohammad Mian Somro could not bag impressive achievements during first 100-days.

PTI government recently launched a website for the public to outline the achievements in different categories that are bagged so far.

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