According to Federal Secretary Information Technology and Telecommunication Shoaib Ahmed Siddiqui, Pakistan will soon launch a world-class digital payment gateway.
The federal government considers the development of Balochistan to be the development of Pakistan, according to a government official speaking in Quetta.
Balochistan is taking steps to encourage science, creativity, and safe activities. He said that it is nearly impossible to assess the province’s ground realities from Islamabad. Projects for network coverage in the province have been initiated through the Universal Service Fund.
According to Siddiqui, the government is committed to developing the IT and telecom industries, which is why the IT industry is tax-free until 2025. Prime Minister Imran Khan and Federal Minister for Information Technology Syed Amin ul Haq are particularly concerned about Balochistan’s growth and prosperity, which is why the Federal Secretaries have been directed to visit the province and improve communication and liaison between the federal and provincial governments, he said.
He mentioned that discussions are currently taking place to minimize ambiguity between the government and social media platforms, as well as to open offices here.
Mr. Asim Shehryar Hussain, CEO Ignite, Shabahat Ali Shah, CEO National IT Board, and Arshad Bhatti, Rector Virtual University were also present. Haris Mehmood Chaudhry, CEO Universal Service Fund, Usman Nasir, MD Pakistan Software Export Board, Mr. Asim Shehryar Hussain, CEO Ignite, Shabahat Ali Shah, CEO National IT Board, and Arshad Bhatti, Rector Virtual