The Billion Tree project in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is the most transparent project in the history of Pakistan. In the past, no one in Pakistan dared to get their hands on other mafias, including sugar. Expressions during the discussion
ISLAMABAD, Adviser to the Prime Minister on Climate Change Malik Amin Aslam has said that solar powered vehicles and motorcycles will hit the market in June next year in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. billion Tree project Pakistan is a transparent plan of history, Pakistan did not dare to lay hands on the Mafia, including sugar in the past, we have Pakistan are trying to save s statement budget, in Coruña dealing with the plague of viruses and agriculture Special funds have been set aside for
On Thursday, the National Assembly for the fiscal year 2020-21 in meeting its budget participate in the debate on the Prime Minister that the country advisor Amin Aslam said the budget is designed for the next fiscal year.
Funds have also been allocated within the budget to deal with epidemics such as the corona virus. We are an agricultural country so the budget has given special importance to agriculture and food security. He said that Imran Khan opened anchorages for the poor which no one had thought of before this government.We want to save Pakistan from mafia. To date, no one has dared to touch other mafias, including Sugar. He said that Billion Tree project in KPK is a transparent project in the history of Pakistan . Pakistan is one of the most affected countries in the world by climate change. We are the fifth most affected country. He said that Rs. 22 billion was allocated in PSDP but it was saved by completing it in Rs. 14 billion in three years.The project underwent a third party audit which was appreciated by international organizations. Malik Amin Aslam said that a huge amount of money has been allocated in the budget for the next financial year for the project of motorcycles and vehicles running on solar. Work on the project is ongoing and it is hoped that solar-powered motorcycles and vehicles will hit the market by June next year. Malik Amin Aslam said that 84,000 people have been provided employment and these people are planting trees. They are working in nurseries. There is no quota for local jobs in Attock district. Local people quota should be allocated