Tag: PTI

Army unofficially back in control in Pakistan : Bloomberg

The global leader in business and financial data, Bloomberg, speculates Army is slowly tightening its grip in Pakistan and is unofficially back in control. With Imran Khan’s dwindling popularity and more than a dozen military officials in prominent government roles, the idea seems plausible to many. Military has certainly been Pakistan’s most important institution, but the supporters of “New Pakistan” had not envisioned this.

UAE announces $200mn financial assistance to PM’s Kamyab Jawan programme

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) government has announced to provide $200 million financial assistance to Prime Minister’s Kamyab Jawan programme for youth development. UAE ambassador made the announcement while meeting PM’s Special Assistant to on Youth Affairs Usman Dar today. The financial assistance had been promised by the Crown Prince of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi during his recent visit to Pakistan.

Latest scam of fuel and repair expenses of cars by federal ministries revealed to PM

A recent report has brought to light a new scam by federal ministries and departments. The report submitted to the Prime Minister’s office reveals that federal ministries have been siphoning fuel and repair expenses off the federal government for more than 7,000 defective vehicles. Acting over the report, PM Khan has ordered to halt transfer of fuel and repair expenses.

Nawaz’s cafe photo makes PTI skeptical about seriousness of ex-PM’s health

A viral image showing ‘seriously sick’ former prime minister Nawaz 
Sharif, along with his family members, in a cafe in London has raised questions regarding the ex-PM’s health. The image has made PTI-led Punjab government skeptical about the ‘serious nature’ of his health as Nawaz appears very stable in the picture and may become a hurdle for extension in his stay abroad. 

PTI government decides to distribute Sehat Insaf Cards to transgender community

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government has decided to provide the transgender community with free medical services through the Sehat Insaf Card Program. Prime Minister PM Khan distributed the cards among the transgender persons in a special ceremony held in PM House. Under the scheme, the treatment for angioplasty, brain surgery, cancer and other diseases will be done free of cost.

Bilawal offers MQM ministries in exchange for breaking alliance with PTI

Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari offered Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) ministries in Sindh in exchange for the party breaking off its alliance with Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI). Bilawal said if MQM breaks off its alliance with PTI and manages to get Sindh its share in resources, the provincial government will “stand by [MQM] for the sake of Karachi’s people. 

Bahrain-Kalam road completed by PTI

The construction work of the Bahrain-Kalam road that was initiated in 2017, under the government of PML-N, is finally completed by the current government of PTI. It took more than 3 hours of rough journey to Kalam; now the same route has been reduced to a 45 minutes drive. Kalam is one of the top destinations of Pakistan. However, the bumpy and rough roads reduced its visitors almost to a null.

Govt to launch a Kamyab Jawan Youth Card

After the success of Sehat Insaf Card, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government now plans on introducing Kamyab Jawan Youth Card to facilitate the youth further. NADRA and SBP will be jointly working on a feasible strategy for rolling out the cards. The project will be revolutionary as it will be offering a number of discounts and incentives to the youth. 

PM Imran to launch Clean Green Pakistan Index today

Prime Minister Imran Khan will launch the first of its kind, Clean Green Pakistan Index on Monday. Advisor to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam said that a healthy cleanliness competition will be launched among 19 cities in the country. The idea behind the competition is to improve overall green and clean  outlook of the cities in Pakistan.

PTI mulls social media ban in government offices fearing data leak

 The government is studying a proposal to impose ban on social media sites and communication networks like Twitter, WhatsApp, Facebook and YouTube in the government offices fearing a risk of leakage of important data. Under a proposed plan by the National Information Technology Board (NITB), the government officials would also be banned from bringing storage devices like –USBs – to the offices.