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National interest will be Kept Supreme: Ishaq Dar

Islamabad, June 08, 2013 (PPI-OT): Federal Minister for Finance Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar has said that national interest will be kept supreme anything against Pakistan’s interest will neither be practiced nor tolerated. All our actions will be for Pakistan and we all are responsible to Allah Almighty and people of Pakistan. The Finance Minister gave these remarks while chairing a meeting with senior officials of Ministry of Finance.

Pakistan’s economy is passing through difficult phase and we will utilize best of our energies with realistic and prudent approach to overcome the current challenges. The policy of merit and transparency will be strictly followed and there will be zero tolerance for corruption, Finance Minister further said.

The present democratic government under the leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is here to promote merit and honesty in all state affairs. As per Pakistan Muslim League (N) manifesto next five years macro-economic framework has already been made public and we will implement it in this tenure.

Strict monetary discipline will be followed and it will be ensured that all monetary and fiscal targets are achieved, Senator Mohammad Ishaq Dar further said. Let’s devote ourselves for progress, prosperity and bright future of Pakistan. Let’s give our new generation a stable and strong economy, the Finance Minister further said.

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