PM Shehbaz vows to resolve country’s challenges with cabinet
Published1 year ago
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Wednesday assured that the federal cabinet will work together to resolve the issues of unemployment and rising inflation in Pakistan.
A day after 33 federal ministers and three advisers took charge of their offices, the prime minister chaired his maiden meeting of the federal cabinet where the ministers were briefed over the economic condition, energy and law and order situation in the country.
Addressing the members after the meeting, Shehbaz congratulated them for ousting former prime minister Imran Khan and his PTI government from power.
He maintained that the current cabinet has experienced members who have made great sacrifices in the past. “I want to thank the leadership [of all coalition parties] for giving you [cabinet members] this responsibility,” he said, suggesting they work hard to meet the expectations of the public.
“We have to struggle with challenges like poverty, unemployment and inflation as the previous government failed miserably in its fight against hardships,” PM Shehbaz reiterated.
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