Pakistan is drafting a policy to reduce poverty

Policy to be announced on November 25
Pakistan is drafting a policy for the alleviation of poverty. Prime Minister Imran Khan has given the approval to draft a policy and work is being done on an emergency basis. The policy will be announced on November 25, Sunday. According to the United Nations annual report, 39% of Pakistan’s population lives in poverty. People who earn less than Rs3,030 per month are living below the poverty line. Related: Pakistan will follow Chinese model to eradicate corruption, says PM Khan Imran Khan has spoken on different occasions about taking help from China to alleviate poverty. “China is the only history which brought seven million people out of poverty and it clamped down on corruption too,” he said while addressing a session of Future Investment Initiative on October 23. While addressing the Pakistan Trade and Investment Conference in Shanghai on November 5, he remarked that Pakistan will follow the Chinese model to alleviate poverty and eradicate corruption to put the country on the path of progress and development.  




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