Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that remittances have been more than 2 2 billion for six consecutive months.
In his tweet on social networking site Twitter, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the good news for Pakistan’s economy is that remittances have remained at 2 2 billion for six consecutive months and remittances have remained at more than 2 2 billion in November.
The Prime Minister said that remittances increased by 28.4% this year and reached 2 2.34 billion in November.
On the other hand, a statement issued by the State Bank of Pakistan said that remittances have been more than 2 2 billion for six consecutive months, and remittances in November also remained more than 2 billion, before the current financial year The five-month July-November remittances stood at .8 11.8 billion, up 26.9 percent from the previous fiscal year.
Overseas Pakistanis sent 2. 2.34 billion in remittances in November 2020, up 2.4 percent from October and 28.4 percent from November 2019, according to the data
BY: ADNAN ALTAF