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PTI Will Create Unlimited Jobs In Next Two Weeks: Faisal Vawda

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Minister for Water Resources Faisal Vawda claims that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government will create so many jobs in next two weeks that organizations ‘will run out of people to employ’.

Speaking during a talk-show on Geo TV, Vawda said “whether you talk about the stock exchange, property, industry or even the media, where people are being fired with the onus placed on the government, there will be many jobs and I am urging the owners not to fire people.”

Vawda took jabs at the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government blaming them for Pakistan’s poor economy and inflation. He said that lack of jobs is due to PML-N’s poor policies, but PTI will make improvements and create ‘so many jobs’, adding that it would not be a matter of years but of weeks.

“These incentives will materialize soon and I am not talking in terms of years, I am talking in terms of a week, ten days or maybe two to four weeks,” he said, urging businesses to stop firing people because things would eventually change for the better.

He also said that PML-N was spreading fear among businesses and trying to cause problems for PTI, but the latter would make things better in no time.

‘Eat 1 Roti Instead of 2’: KP Assembly Speaker Shares Key To End Poverty

Last week, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KP) Assembly Speaker Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has suggested that savings can help tackle poverty and control inflation.

Ghani said this while speaking at ‘Meet the Press’ programme organised by Khyber Union of Journalists at Peshawar Press Club. On a question about poverty and inflation, Ghani said that if people start making savings, poverty would reduce to a great degree.

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“If a person who eats two rotis in a day, brings the number to one then the next day he can afford to eat two to three roties,” he said. Ghani said that he tries to maintain role of a bridge between the treasury and opposition benches.

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