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Legitimate issues to be dealt on priority basis –Textile Minister
17
Mar '10
Rana Muhammad Farooq Saeed Khan, Federal Minister for Textile Industry, expressed his perseverance by saying that the government is inclined on mitigating the sufferings of the stakeholders and, all legitimate issues concerning the textile sector will be dealt with on priority basis.

In statement, he said that, all the voices emanating, with regards to the issue of yarn exports to be vague and he added that the business community is being misled in this regards by a vested group.

He stated that with a view to boost the exports of the textile sector in particular, the government is committed to assist the business community in this sector. He also added that, it clearly follows from the textile policy that the ministry has a clear idea to boost up the potential of textile sector, so as to earn further access for their products in European markets.

Country's economy has experienced a bump over the past two years, as the government was confronted with various issues like load-shedding, terrorism and radicalism, he pointed out and added that, just like other countries of the world, Pakistan too has suffered on account of financial crisis and recession, but that they have adopted a positive attitude and are trying to revive the country, out of the crisis.

He opined that, as the country is under-going a crucial phase and hence it is not right time for 'point-scoring', rather all the segments need to come together in supporting the country's institutions.

The minister assured that the PPP government is firm on pursuing the vision of Benazir Bhutto, Ex-Prime Minister of Pakistan, which was to build up the country's industrial sector. As he concluded he remarked that, terrorism and financial crisis confronted by the country are posing problems before them in effectively executing the party's motto of "Roti, Kapda aur Makan".

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