Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said he wants to sell valuable gifts received at Toshakhana and use the money to help orphaned children with their education, healthcare, and well-being. He talked to a group from newspapers and broadcasters and told them about this decision.
He knows the country’s economy is not good because of problems from before, but they worked with other countries to fix it. He thinks young people and the media can help make things better and bring the country together.
He also said that Saudi Arabia and other friendly countries want to invest in Pakistan, and a special group will help the economy.
He will ask the president to end the National Assembly, and he hopes the next government will keep working on improving the economy and reducing the country’s debt.