The scheme will cost the government Rs450 billion and will provide free medical treatment to the people at government and private hospitals. Each family can avail treatment worth Rs1 million annually.
Talking about the cash handouts given to the people under the Ehsaas programme, the premier said that it had increased from Rs12,000 to Rs14,000. In addition, graduates would be given internships and paid Rs30,000, he added, without elaborating further.
"I am announcing our 'real" freedom movement from Mianwali today... I am preparing my nation... when I will give you a call to come to Islamabad will you come," he asked the charged crowd.
Nearly half a million users (over 446,000) from around the world interacted with Imran via Spaces, an audio live feature on Twitter. The average number of users listening at a time was 165,000.
Imran said that his opponents claim that the summer heat would not allow people to leave their homes to march on Islamabad, but he believes that heat cannot deter brave youth and sisters.
Imran singled out Murad Saeed for praise as his ministry came out on top despite his young age. He hailed the initiative as a "great opportunity" since every ministry would get to know how much the others worked. "Our ministries will get incentives to work hard, the more we publicise this.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said loans worth Rs1,000 billion will be provided to 4.5 million deserving households under Kamyab Pakistan Programme by next year to lift them out of poverty and enable them earn their livelihoods.
On his twitter handle, the prime minister also appreciated Trudeau’s plans to appoint a special representative to cope with this contemporary scourge.
The Supreme Court on Monday also permitted the government to resume construction work on the portion of land where the owners had been compensated.
Imran vowed to fight any move to unseat him. "Whatever they do, I'm ready for that," he told a gathering in Islamabad. Opposition leaders say Imran has lost public support as he struggles with high inflation, a rising current account deficit and depleting foreign reserves.