During a recent address, Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar emphasized the significance of the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) as “a ray of hope” for Pakistan’s economic growth. Stressing the government’s intention to utilize SIFC, PM fully, Kakar laid a roadmap for enhancing various sectors under its guidance. He highlighted the need to align regulatory structures with global standards, especially in the energy sector, and underscored Pakistan’s untapped potential in agriculture, IT, energy, and defence production.
Steps Toward Streamlining Foreign Direct Investment
During the session, SIFC Secretary Jahanzeb Khan and Implementation Secretary Jameel Ahmed Qureshi apprised the prime minister of initiatives to boost foreign direct investment. The government aims to offer a unified window for investors across projects, ensuring ease of operations.
Furthermore, in a separate meeting with Senate Chairman Sadiq Sanjrani, PM Kakar reassured his commitment to fulfilling public representatives’ aspirations during his tenure and expressed the government’s intent to oversee impartial elections aligned with public hopes.