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My mission is to make Pakistan a welfare state: Prime Minister

  Mianwali: Prime Minister Imran Khan says that it is my mission to make Pakistan a welfare state, it should be the responsibility of the state to provide jobs to people in Pakistan.
  According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan reached Mianwali where he embarked on the largest forest restoration project, planting in Kandi and launched a spring 2020 plantation campaign.
  Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan Inaugurated Pakistan’s Largest Forest Revival & Restoration Program, Mianwali (23.02.2020) #PrimeMinisterImranKhan #KundiaanForestRevival [19459108] # 194591045T10 ]
  – PTI (@PTIofficial) February 23, 2020
  Addressing the inaugural function of the plantation campaign, the Prime Minister said that for Pakistan, plantation is very important, we regret that we have destroyed the forest which the British left. The British left the forest on 20,000 acres in Kandi, today the forest is destroyed.
  The Prime Minister said that if such forests were destroyed, climate change would destroy our future. Allah has given 12 seasons in Pakistan, with such resources, our agricultural output should not be expensive and scarce. Tree-cutters should be jailed.
  He said education in Mianwali is focused, schools are to be fixed. The hospitals in Mianwali are fixing and building. Namal is now becoming a global university.
  The Prime Minister said that the country does not go beyond spending money in a small area, it is my mission to make Pakistan a welfare state. Providing employment to people in Pakistan should have been the responsibility of the state.
  He added that under the sponsorship program, the poorest of the poor will be provided, giving free loan to 80,000 young people for business.

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