ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will leave for Lahore on a day-long visit on Saturday (today).
According to details, during his visit, PM Khan will chair a session of the Punjab cabinet. The provincial government is expected to brief the prime minister on its 100-day performance and future objectives.
Sources privy to the government informed that Punjab government will explain the premier on its targets related to issuance of health cards to 17 districts, a structure of local government, establishment of mini secretariat in Multan and steps pertaining to social and economical development of a common man in Punjab.
It is worth mentioning that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government on November 29 presented its 100-day performance report in a ceremony titled “Bunyaad Naye Pakistan Ki” in Islamabad’s Jinnah Convention Center.
Addressing the event, Prime Minister Imran Khan on pledged to improve the taxation system, boost exports, introduce programmes to alleviate poverty and facilitate farmers.
He said the government tried to devise policies within the first 100 days to facilitate the masses.
Improving ties with India is aimed to boost export and increase employment in the country, he said and added he took only one day off within 100 days of his coming to power.
PTI had unveiled its 100-day plan two months before the general elections on May 20.
The ambitious agenda- often mocked by party’s critics- included transformation in governance, revitalisation of economic growth and ensuring the country’s national security.