Marriyum criticizes govt for closing pharmacies for public

Marriyum Aurangzeb
LAHORE: Spokesperson of the Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) Marriyum Aurangzeb has criticized the government for closing pharmacies in public hospitals providing free medication.
Conducting the media conference, Marriyum Aurangzeb said that the development rate has fallen from 5.8 to 2 percent and the inflation rate has increased from 3 to 14 percent.
Aurangzeb further said that the factories, shops, and industries have been shut down resulting in unemployment.
The spokesperson said that there were many projects like Peshawar metro which have not been completed yet.
While referring to the incumbent government, she said that the economy of Pakistan has undergone a setback of Rs.26 billion in the span of one year due to inefficient government.

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Pointing out at Prime Minister Imran Khan, she said that premier’s lies and incompetence have been exposed in front of people.
She further said, “The government has taken loans worth eleven thousand billion in one year.”
On the other hand, Adviser to Prime Minister on Commerce, Textile, Industry and Investment Razzak Dawood, earlier today, said that the exports of goods during November have crossed $2.02 billion.
Razzak Dawood shared the news on twitter that the exports of goods during November 2019 increased by 9.6 percent to $2.02 billion in the country.
The imports declined by 17.53 percent to $3.815 billion over the corresponding month of last year.

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