Advisory Council will be formed for agricultural development, says PM Nawaz
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif has said that continuous breakdown of the constitution and the system didn’t allow the country to achieve positive progress, ARY News reported on Thursday.
Addressing to the Industrialists and business community in Islamabad PM Nawaz Sharif said that dictatorship doesn’t guarantees development; if it does, Pakistan would be the most developed country.
Nawaz Sharif vowed to design a joint policy to fight against the terrorism.
“There is no place for Sectarianism in the country; investors avoid doing business in Pakistan due to worse law and order situation”, he added.
PM said that decisions of All Parties Conference (APC) will be preceded further and implemented soon.
He announced that for agricultural development, an advisory council will be created and incentives will be awarded to highest taxpayers.
Nawaz Sharif also announced to design a policy to overcome the issue of unemployment.
Talking about the industrial decline, he said the step of taking Industries in national custody in the year 1972 had harmed the industrial growth badly.
PM Nawaz Sharif said that Karachi operation resulting in the positive outcome and soon Karachi will emerge as a city of peace.
Prime Minster urged to maintain friendly relations with neighboring countries including India and Afghanistan and claimed that it’s beneficial for our country to remain with peace.