Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday was given a briefing here on the measures being taken through the Punjab government to uplift the agriculture sector, together with the launch of agriculture credit card and internship scheme for graduates of the agriculture college
Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday was once given a briefing right here at the measures being taken through the Punjab executive to uplift the agriculture sector, together with the launch of agriculture bank card and internship scheme for graduates of the agriculture university.
The briefing was once attended via Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, Punjab Agriculture Minister Malik Noman Langrial, Finance Minister Hashim Jawan Bakht, Industries Minister Mian Muhammad Aslam Iqbal, Advisor to Chief Minister Dr. Salman Shah, Chief Secretary Yousuf Nasim Khokhar and different senior officials. Special assistants to PM Naeem-ul-Haq and Nadeem Afzal Chan had been additionally provide.
The contributors had been informed that the provincial government had taken unheard of measures to facilitate the farmers together with provision of subsidy to financially strengthen the agriculture sector.
They have been also knowledgeable that the prevailing govt had allocated funds for the agriculture sector greater than the ones allotted all the way through the last decade.
The briefing also focused at the launch of tasks to make stronger the yields of wheat, sugarcane, cotton and rice, enough flow in water channels, building up of small water reservoirs in arid areas, promotion of floraculture and others.
The participants have been told in regards to the credit score limit of the agriculture bank card, registration and e-marketing of the programme.
They were knowledgeable that the programme would offer direct employment to around 0.29 million other folks and around 1.five million other folks not directly.