ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) shared comprehensive policies related to vaccination, education and economy under COVED-19 in its working session.
In a press conference after the working session organized by PLDAT, Senator Musaddiq Masood Malik, a member of the PML-N’s Economic Advisory Council, exchanged views on various policies of the PML-N. Its policy begins with a population of priority targets, first-line health workers, paramedical staff, and those who compromise immunity, followed by teachers, gypsies, and the rest of the population. Is. He said that according to the party policy, the PML-N believes in setting up a database for the purpose of enrolling and monitoring the people.
Senator Musaddiq Malik said that immunization centers should be set up, while existing trained vaccinators should also be used. “According to the PML-N’s policy, an appropriate vaccine should be developed based on various factors, including supply, cold chain and capacity management,” he added. He said that free vaccine should be given to the backward sections of the society. On managing the effects of coronavirus on the economy, Senator Malik said the PML-N’s updated policy called for free distribution of masks in low-income areas.
Musaddiq Malik said that the policy of PML-N supports complete ban on SOPs and punishment of violators of SOPs. He said that the policy of PML-N would provide relief and tax relief to the small and medium enterprises (SMEs) approach as well as defer electricity bills till June 2021. He said that PML-N’s policy emphasizes on smart taxes as a measure to generate revenue. Significant increase in economic burden on the uninitiated, he said, adding that the PML-N’s policy highlighted the importance of supporting the virus-infected agriculture sector through aid packages to affected farmers and loans to small farmers. Has gone
Malik said the party’s policy is to provide assistance to citizens who have lost their jobs during epidemic issues through the expansion of the Ehsas / BISP program and the scope of the program. He said that the policy of PML-N has emphasized on parliamentary oversight of economic measures for the management of epidemic diseases. Malik said the PML-N’s policy also supported enrollment in the IMF program to meet the repayment of external debts. He said the party’s education policy made it clear that schools should not be dropped in areas with a mortality rate of more than 100 million.
Senator Musaddiq Malik said the party was of the view that if on-campus education was completely shut down, students and parents should be informed in advance to prepare for online classes and tuition fees should be deducted from the actual fees. It needs to be reduced to one third. “If schools are partially closed, 60 per cent fees should be charged and if schools are open for alternate days, full tuition fees may be charged,” he added. He said that the party’s policy has focused on providing broadband internet across the country and providing IT devices to poor families.