The National Food Safety Research Department

The National Food Safety Research Department and the Punjab Government launched a prime minister's backyard poultry initiative at the Poultry Research Institute on Monday. The project is designed to deliver 5 million vaccinated high birds nationwide, including Islamabad Capital Territory, Azad Jammu and Kashmir and Gilgit-Baltistan. The project will cost 1.6 billion rupees of the total cost, 30pc will be borne by the federal and local governments, and 70pc will be shared by the beneficiaries.

Secretary of State Food

Along with Sahibzada Mohammad Mehboob Sultan, Secretary of State Food and Security Research, Minister of Livestock and Dairy Development Punjab, Sardar Hasnain Bahadar Dreshak, and PTI Director Hanhangir Khan Tareen launched the backyard poultry initiative. Sahibzada Mehboob Sultan, speaking at the event, said Prime Minister Imran Khan at his first speech expressed serious concerns about malnutrition and the resulting children's growth. This program is one of the steps to provide animal proteins and other food nutrients to people with poor nutrition," he said.

Sultan said supplying cheap poultry products is a good step to addressing malnutrition. Five million chickens vaccinated on the project will be subsidized, available to everyone and will be dried in the sun, he said. According to the National Nutrition Survey 2018-19, 40pc children from Pakistan to age 5 have different physical and mental health issues, and according to a survey conducted by Unicef, Pakistan ranked third in this threat.

We need to take concrete steps to solve young children's problems and not achieve hunger goals. The Prime Minister's Agricultural Emergency Program focuses on the US economic, agricultural and social revolution, and backyard poultry is an internationally successfully tested program. Mehboob Sultan said the project could be very important, especially for women who live in women's villages. Sultan added that this initiative will be strengthened both physically and economically.

Minister Punjab Husnain Dreshak also spoke to the event. PTI leader Yajan Gircan Tarin said the government would not turn stones to bring about the agricultural revolution. "We hope Pakistan will be able to export agricultural products instead of imports after successfully completing the initiative," he added.

State Food and Security Minister Hasim Po Palzai thanked the Prime Minister for the focus of this initiative on getting the rural population out of poverty and giving great importance to solving the problem of undernourishment.

Congressman Asad Qaiser

Asad Qaiser called on the government to phase out indirect taxes to save the public and ensure sustainable economic growth. The speech made these observations during a meeting of advisers with Saturday's finance minister Abdul Hafeez Shaikh. According to the official announcement, the presenter, along with the advisor, discussed the government-initiated measures to restructure the country's economic situation and the restructuring of the country's economy and the creation of its economic activity. The speaker said the government should establish durable economic policies that must be poor.

He commended the government's steps to widen the tax net. Leading a special parliamentary committee on agriculture, Qaiser proposed to advise the advisors to announce incentives for the country's agricultural community. Qaiser praises action on economic restructuring at PM's meeting with financial advisers. He held the view that the development of the state depends directly on the economic situation. He said the current government inherited the "message economy.

But the government handled the situation wisely and took immediate action to strengthen the economy and build investor confidence. Dr. Shaikh informed the speaker about the actions taken by the government for economic revival and national economic activity. The speaker pointed out that the government is focusing on expanding the tax base and that taxes will be rationalized to ease the burden on the public.

He said the government's policy would generate economic activity through direct foreign investment, eventually reducing government loans. He said the government's fiscal policy also reduced the current account deficit.

Minister of Finance under President

An adviser who served as Minister of Finance under President Asif Ali Zardari at the time of the Pakistan National Party (PPP) government announced that Prime Minister Lim Lan Khan promised to rely on and exploit the indigenous resources in the country's development. Dr. Shaikh told the speaker that the farmers' community will receive incentives to be self-sufficient in the food industry and produce raw materials for the national industry.

Agricultural Committee

Representative Qaiser formed a special committee of agriculture parliament after many Member States raised issues related to the agricultural sector and farmers issues in the course of the Assembly. Both opposition and finance ministers have called for a special session of the General Assembly to discuss farmer issues and to devise comprehensive agricultural policies. The speaker declared that the conference would soon convene a special meeting on agriculture.

According to Mr. Qaiser, a subcommittee of the Special Committee on Agricultural Products deliberated extensively on the Pakistani cotton growing framework. The committee stressed that despite growing Pakistan's largest revenue-generating crop with tremendous potential for comparative advantage, foreign exchange imports and employment opportunities, Pakistan's cotton cultivation begins with a number of ongoing challenges.

Last week, a subcommittee headed by former Governor Fakhar Imam issued a recommendation to Qaiser. Qaiser later said in a press briefing that the Special Committee was dedicated to bringing substantial meaning to Pakistan's revitalization of agriculture and increasing farmers' profitability and food. Improve security and productivity.

He said the agricultural sector was at the core of the Pakistani economy as a major means of investing in rural development and employment, and that the transition should be a continuous effort in many areas. He said the commission is setting up a dedicated think tank to support Congress in research-based decision-making on agricultural issues.
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