Imran Khan’s top priority is to raise people living under poverty line: Sarwar

Federal Minister for Aviation Ghulam Sarwar Khan chaired the oath-taking ceremony of 250 members of the Tiger Force at Rawalpindi Arts Council.

While addressing the tiger force Ghulam Sarwar Khan said that the government of PTI has faced numerous challenges from its first year in government.

He said that we tackled the spread of dengue virus and now we are successfully controlling COVID-19. He said that the policy of smart lockdown of Prime Minister Imran Khan is a success and is now being followed by the western developed countries as well.

He acknowledged the untiring efforts of the entire medical and police force and appreciated their zeal and rigour with which they are serving the people of Pakistan in the tough time of Corona.

He said that nobody is safe from this virus and encouraged the youth to lead the fight against this virus by following the relevant SOPs developed by the government.

He appreciated the spirit of the youth who have a step forward to fight the spread of this pandemic. He lauded their efforts to work free of charge for the betterment of the society and expressed hope that the future of Pakistan is bright under the leadership of PTI.

Ghulam Sarwar Khan said that the current government has initiated the biggest social protection program in the history of Pakistan.

He said that the PM Imran Khan feels the trouble of the people living below the poverty line and it is one his top priorities to enable these people to rise above the poverty line.