PRIME Institute launched “100 Days Agenda: Tracking Performance” on Tuesday, 20th November. This report examines PTI’s performance within the first 100 days of taking charge of the Federal Government based on the six pillars identified by the party itself.
In Pakistan, where majority of the people lack literacy and are poor, identification of basic issues becomes necessary for the sustenance of livelihood of the average Pakistani. Signifying economic empowerment with provision of decent housing, clean drinking water, and basic consumer amenities such as internet, mobile phone, television, nutrition, education, health and insurance of safety.
The party had itself identified major issues pertinent to foreign and socioeconomic policy. PTI committed to make decisions that would: Transform Governance, Strengthen Federation, Revitalize Economic Growth, Uplift Agriculture and Conserve Water, Revolutionize Social Services, and Ensure Pakistan’s National Security.
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