Pakistan Muslim League (PML-N) leader and chief coordinator of Prime Ministers Youth Business Loan Program (YBLP) Marvi Memon has said that government is taking all possible steps to eradicate poverty and unemployment from the country. Talking to unemployed youth at National Bank Harnai Branch on Friday, Marvi Memon said that PM’s YBLP is first step towards facilitating and strengthening the youth of the country. She said that the program is not limited for any area, party but people across the country could get benefit from it. Marvi said that PM Nawaz Sharif is desirous for development and progress in Balochistan which lacks behind in each and every field of life due to discriminatory behaviour of former governments and political forces. She said that no discretionary quota has been allocated in YBLP and those who wanted to get loan would have to fulfill the terms and conditions. However, 50% of the program is for women and five percent for disabled people, she added. The YBLP chief coordinator said that it will help the unemployed and educated youth to start business of their own for earning livelihood for them which will also help in boosting economy of the country. She said that people who fulfill the required criteria and aged between 21 and 45 years can draw benefit of the program. Under the YBLP, business plan for 55 sectors has been pointed out and a system will be developed for release and monitoring the use of the funds, she added.
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