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PM announces easing lockdown gradually to reduce the masses’ problems

PM announces easing lockdown

PM announces easing lockdown gradually to reduce the masses’ problems.

 

Prime Minister Imran Khan shared this while speaking to the members of National and Provincial Assemblies in Islamabad on Monday.

PM announces easing lockdown

He said the government has decided to gradually ease the lockdown in the coming days keeping in view the economic situation and problems of common man.

He said SOPs based on safety measures have been prepared for all the sectors and the elected representatives should play their role for implementation on them.

The Prime Minister said the government is striving to provide every possible relief to the masses amidst the challenge posed by coronavirus.

Despite difficult situation, the government has given an economic package worth 1. 25 trillion rupees.

Imran Khan said the deserving families are being provided with cash assistance of twelve thousand rupees in the most transparent manner and on merit.

In addition, a special program has also been launched for the workers and laborers.

Meanwhile, Prime Minister also addressed the volunteers of Corona Relief Tiger Force in Islamabad.

He said the Tiger Force will work together with the administration in relief efforts.

PM Khan said they would create awareness among the masses about precautionary measures to avoid the spread of Coronavirus.

Moreover, he pointed out that the pandemic has compelled many countries to take the steps which were never taken before.

He said the same kind of volunteer force has also been established in the United Kingdom.

Imran Khan said the lockdown has affected a big population including workers, daily wagers and labourers and this is the reason that we have decided to gradually lift the restrictions.

GTV

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