E-Tijarat, Pakistan’s first e-commerce online portal, was launched by Prime Minister Imran Khan to help the country’s businesses grow while also assisting the government in bringing transparency to the information technology sector. Aside from that, Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif addressed the E-Commerce Pakistan Convention, where he announced the country’s first zero-tax programme for registered freelancers. In addition, he stated that
According to Prime Minister Imran Khan, many people involved in the information technology (IT) sector have become millionaires, and the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has devoted special attention to the IT sector and to the country’s young people in particular. As a result of technological advancements, the world has begun to embrace the digitalization era that is currently underway.
According to the government, Pakistan has the capability to meet the target of Rs50 billion in IT exports. A number of industries have already achieved this, with IT exports rising to Rs3.75 billion in the last year. Remove the obstacles that stand in the way of our youth’s development, and provide them with resources. Making the most of technological advancements will be our top priority.”
“People like Bill Gates are extremely fortunate in their careers. Bill Gates made the decision to use his wealth for the benefit of the general public, and he assisted Pakistan in its efforts to eradicate the poliovirus. I’m interested in learning more about Bill Gates’ other activities in Pakistan. Pakistan has not reported a single case of poliovirus in the country for the past year.”
premier promised that the PTI government would do all possible to help the youth.