Thursday , June 4 2020

Kartarpur, austerity, housing scheme: PTI government shares progress report of first 100 days

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is sharing the progress report of its first 100 days in power at an event in Islamabad.

Prime Minister Imran Khan had announced an ambitious 100-day plan in May.

“It was very common in the past for parties to forget their manifesto, but we haven’t,” remarked PM Adviser Muhammad Shahzad Arbab while addressing a ceremony on Thursday. He said that the government has managed to achieve 18 of its 34 targets. “We have been working in a transparent manner.”

The progress is also available on its Gov Official website: http://pm100days.pmo.gov.pk/

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