Overseas Pakistanis to send remittances via banks to strengthen economy: Imran Khan

ISLAMABAD: In his first speech to the nation of Pakistan as PM of Pakistan, Imran Khan on Sunday set down arrangement to run the issues of the new government — ‘Naya Pakistan’ — and change the country into an Islamic welfare state.

In his boundless speech, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman reported various measures went for starkness, getting rid of loans, household asset activation and changes in education, health and agriculture sectors.

Communicating regret over luxurious way of life of previous rulers, he recommended that we ought to embrace severity and cut overwhelming uses. He likewise pondered on how Pakistan stalled out under immense outside obligation.

Communicating over overseas Pakistanis Imran said his government would facilitate overseas Pakistanis in investing in the country and bringing their money to their homeland. He said they should send remittances through banks which would have healthy effect on our economy.