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Shoaib Khan Sudozai Nov 25
The economic progress and prosperity of Pakistan hinges on our industry and agriculture. Alhamdulillah textile exports are showing massive rise.
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جمیل بلوچ PTI Nov 22
Friends pls join us at 3pm 👇👇 to highlights the developments made by govt to boast up its economy and put Pakistan on the right track of .
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Hammad Azhar Nov 17
Faisalabad's industry is evidence of a stark turn-around. In 2018, hundreds of units had closed down in Faisalabad with millions unemployed. Today the industry is revived and running at full capacity. Industry is reporting a shortage of labor for textile units.
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Pᴀᴋɪsᴛᴀɴ Dᴇғᴇɴsᴇ Fɪɢʜᴛᴇʀ🇵🇰 Nov 19
From self projection to character building of the nation. This is the change.
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aga safdar Nov 20
This is the level of analysis of World Economic forum in . They even can't know the name of our previous two prime ministers.
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Ammar Shahid Nov 20
GB walo.... Tayyar ho!!!
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BAGHI Nov 20
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Kabir Nov 19
Two more incidents added to dossier😄
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Baa Baa 7h
Just another wedding day in Porkistan 😅🙈
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sarhad ke paar Nov 20
and continue to supress the rights of women. This is the new which Imran Khan was talking about, where, women are not given equal rights.
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ℕ𝕒𝕤𝕖𝕖𝕣 𝔸𝕙𝕞𝕒𝕕ⓒ Nov 23
is a pretty big name here in @UK I am so proud to see this label "MADE IN PAKISTAN" I never see these thing in my entire 30 years here in UK. I will proudly buy these items now. THIS IS 🇵🇰 Alhamdulillah thank you
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𝑴𝒖𝒉𝒂𝒎𝒎𝒂𝒅 𝑨𝒍𝒊 𝑨𝒛𝒂𝒎 𝑲𝒉𝒂𝒏 🇵🇰 Nov 17
The man who gave up his Royal life for the struggle of Naya Pakistan!
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Laiba Malik Nov 18
Replying to @Hammad_Azhar
You have made such a positive change and Pakistan is on the path of development
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Zafar Sahito Nov 20
“The rules apply to any social media company operating in Pakistan and require them to set up a brick-and-mortar presence in the country with the goal of eventually moving data servers here.” Social media rules
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zulfiqar Nov 23
Replying to @AnsarAAbbasi
Nepotism on its height.. is a mega fraud..
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محسن مھر Nov 20
BRT is sleeping people are trying to woke up BRT leaked picture. 😁
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Noman Tariq Nov 24
Well done you doing great job Another step towards NAYA Pakistan🇵🇰.
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Waleedkhan Nov 19
May Allah Fullfill Dream about Ameen
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SA Nov 24
Replying to @HarounRashid2
The descent from meritocracy to this was quite steep
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Rashid K Nov 18
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