India cannot suppress Kashmiris, voice: Sartaj

ISLAMABAD, June 3 (APP): Advisor to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz Friday said that the measures suggested in the budget would help provide relief to the downtrodden segments of society.

Talking to newsmen here outside the Parliament House, he said
the inflation was controlled to just 3.8 percent that was the lowest
in last 20 years.
He said the government had announced incentives for all sectors
particularly agriculture, infrastructure, health, education, energy, industry and foreign investment in current budget to stabilize the
country’s economy and relief the masses.
This would boost the development process of the country, he added.
He said it would also generate the employment opportunities for the
people, saying that provision of jobs and education would make the life
of common man more better.
Sartaj said to relief the government employees, the government
had decided to upgrade the lower posts.
He said the international organizations were recognizing the
economic development of the country that was a good sign.