Prime Minister Imran Khan's Assistant Special Information and Broadcast Firdos Ashiq Awan have said that the Prime Minister is going to launch a financial assistance card for 6 billion subsidies and uninsured persons through utility stores early in the new year.
Talking to the media after the cabinet meeting in Islamabad, the Assistant Special Minister said that the 9-point agenda was considered in the cabinet meeting and reviewed the overall political and economic situation of the country.
Firdous Ashiq Awan said that "Prime Minister Imran Khan and the cabinet have condemned the state repression of the Indian government in the form of terrorism with innocent and non-Kashmiris for five months and approved a unanimous resolution".
He said that the Prime Minister had convinced the Cabinet on the issue of Kashmir on the global stage and the steps that could be taken on the issue while the Cabinet appreciated the Prime Minister's efforts and appealed to the world leaders and organizations. He said that take notice of oppression in Kashmir.
The aide said that the cabinet condemned the exploitation of Narendra Modi through minorities and especially Muslims through legalization, as well as condemnation of minorities under Modi's RSS and Hindu ideology.
Knowing the issues and decisions coming up at the Cabinet meeting, he said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is going to launch a $ 6 billion subsidy program on basic commodities through the Utility Corporation in the first week of January.
He said that in the last week of January, the Prime Minister is going to meet the basic needs of the crushed, the poor and the poor and for this, a 'Financial Assistance Card' is being issued.
Firdous Ashiq Awan said that according to the survey, through a system we provide financial support to the class and on the other hand health needs will be met through a health card.
He said that this data system, which is not registered but that non-wage earners should be assisted by their anchors to assist their family members, will provide temporary accommodation for workers sleeping on sidewalks and other open spaces. The shelter will be assisted through the shelter and the cabinet also emphasized on making shelter in every city under the Prime Minister's Feeling Program.