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Holding of this event is attributable to a reverent and intense zeal of the ladies and the Tournament Director Meena Zainab and it appears ladies golf development is now advancing with a touch of optimism and soon we will notice and reap the fruits of such intense drills.
'The holy month of Ramadan is the most significant month among others, so special arrangements should be made to reap the fruits promised by the Allah Almighty.'
Different mega projects being executed under China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) should be expedited so as the people can reap the fruits of the development at the earliest.
"It is time for us to reap the fruits of peace that we have sown so far.
"This criminal act has no place in our civilized society, especially that we are about to reap the fruits of our struggle with the ratification of the Bangsamoro Organic Law," he said.
Touching upon the CPEC, the Finance Minister said this mega project holds a very strategic status for Pakistan to improve its connectivity with the regional countries and beyond to reap the fruits of the up-coming opportunities in South and Central Asia.
'The money bill will not burden the public but will be focused on exports, Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and promotion of the industrial sector.' Umar added that the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) holds a strategic status for Pakistan to improve its connectivity with the regional countries and beyond to reap the fruits of opportunities in South and Central Asia.
Touching upon the CPEC, the Finance Minister said that this mega project holds a very strategic status for Pakistan to improve its connectivity with the regional countries and beyond to reap the fruits of the up-coming opportunities in South and Central Asia.
About tribal regions' merger with Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mr Qadri said the constitutional amendment regarding the merger was done in haste, but now the people of the merged districts were united to reap the fruits of the historic initiative.
We plan to reap the fruits from this unique project on its completion, which is expected over the next 12 to 18 months.'
Marriyum Aurangzeb said that this continuity will enable the people to reap the fruits of democracy.
Dr Jan claimed that workers who continued to labour while they were unable to reap the fruits of it actually strengthened the system which was based on their exploitation.