Imran Khan unveils his economic policy for future government

Imran Khan unveils his economic policy for future government

KARACHI: Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan on Monday pledged to bring economic reforms in the country, including tuning of Federal Board of Revenue to make it an economic growth promoting institute instead of tax collecting agency.

"We shall focus on exports and jobs generating economy by providing maximum facilities and incentives to our private sector to make them competitive in the world," PTI Chief re-affirmed at an interactive session with the industrialists and exporters of SITE, the country's old and largest industrial and trading estate here.

He was accompanied by senior leaders of his party including Emran Ismail, Asaid Umer, Fasial Wawda, Liaquat Ali Jatoi and PTI Member Sindh Assembly Khurram Zaman.

Among the businessmen, the prominent were Siraj Kassam Teli, President SITE Association of Industry Muhammad Jawed Bilwani and President Korangi Association of Trade and Industry Tariq Malik.

PTI Chairman said the most serious issues of the country were corruption, incompetence and un-employment.

He said if his party came into power, large scale reforms would be made in the bureaucracy to ensure competence and efficiency, besides eliminating corruption.

He said Pakistan was the second largest youngest population in the world after Yemen.