IT sector undergoing revolutionary changes in Pakistan: IT Minister


ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information Technology and Telecommunication Syed Amin Ul Haque says despite limited resources, his ministry is striving to bring digital technology to every urban and rural area of the country.

In a statement in Islamabad, he said Information Technology and Telecommunication sector is undergoing revolutionary changes in Pakistan.

The Minister said providing conducive environment for foreign investors is a top priority of the government.

He said the government's main objective is to fulfill the vision of Digital Pakistan and provide facilities to the common man.

The Minister said Telenor Group has invested 7.5 billion rupees in Pakistan to strengthen digital payments ecosystem in the country.

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