Pak PM Imran Khan-led government unveils first 100-day performance report

File photo of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan. Photograph:( Reuters )

WION Web Team New Delhi, Delhi, India Nov 29, 2018, 09.39 PM (IST)

Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan-led government unveiled their first 100 days performance report on Thursday at a ceremony arranged by Jinnah Convention Centre of Islamabad, Dawn News reported.

Khan's government also vowed to pursue development in every field and also focus on economic growth throughout its tenure till 2023.

Prime minister addressed the ceremony and credited his wife, Bushra Bibi for keeping up with his tight schedule. He also mentioned that in his 100 days he only took one day off.

Khan also talked about corruption saying that they were seeking details of accounts through which money was laundered abroad.

Speaking about the government's performance Khan said the government was also devising a system to alleviate poverty in Pakistan. Also trying to introduce a uniform education curriculum across the country and also formed a task force to fix governments hospitals. He said that he made policies which could benefit the common man and same reason behind friendship with India as it will help increase trade between the two countries.

Shehzad Arbab, adviser to prime minister stated that the government till now have achieved 18 out of 13 34 targets and that work is underway for other 16 projects. He was also responsible for 100-day agenda and mentioned that the government worked mostly in six fields, including transformation of governance, strengthening the federation, revitalization of economic growth, uplift of agriculture and conserving water, revolutionizing of social service and ensuring national security. 

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi also addressed the gathering and said, "In last five years, there was no one to present Pakistan`s stance before the world." Talking about Pakistan's bilateral relations with India he said, ''Tensions with India are not hidden from anyone but our approach is people-centric and we need peace for people to prosper. We need peace in order to speed up the development of our country."

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Prime minister addressed the ceremony and credited his wife, Bushra Bibi for keeping up with his tight schedule. He also mentioned that in his 100 days he only took one day off.