Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan will distribute cheques amongst the successful applicants for Youth Entrepreneurship Scheme under the Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan Programme (PMKJP) tomorrow.
According to an official, “cheque distribution to successful applicants will be launched by the prime minister on coming Friday.”
The official said that Kamyab Jawan Programme had received 1mn applications by the youth across the country and was receiving 80,000 to 100,000 applications on daily basis which showed youth’s interest and accomplishment of the programme.
He said that for the very first time in history of Pakistan, the government, through the platform of PM Kamyab Jawan Programme, had created opportunities to unleash doors of socio-economic empowerment of the youth.
He said that an amount of Rs100bn had been allocated for ‘Kamyab Jawan Programme to facilitate 1mn youth across the country.
PM vows productive use of unutilised properties: Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed the commitment to bring to use the unutilised properties worth billions of rupees in a productive manner for the welfare of the people.
Chairing a meeting in Islamabad yesterday, he said the money earned from the unused properties will be spent on the welfare of the masses and improvement of basic facilities such as schools, colleges and hospitals.
The prime minister pointed out that different departments of the federal government are facing losses of billions of rupees on annual basis regardless of the fact that they own these properties.
He said a criminal negligence was meted out in the past by not using these properties.
Khan categorically stated that strict action will be taken against the officials who will not identify the unusable properties or create hurdles in their proper utilisation.
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