Government Launches Website to Track PM's 100 Days Agenda

Yesterday, Government of Pakistan launched its official website with an aim to track the progress of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s 100 Days agenda. A website site “pm100days.pmo.gov.pk” had been created so that the media and the public could track the progress of the PM’s 100 days agenda of the prime minister.
PTI announced the news on Twitter:


Imran Khan has revealed the first 100 days agenda in May, which he promised to fulfil if elected to power. The agenda includes transformation in governance, revitalisation of economic growth and ensuring the country’s national security. After being in power, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leaders have ensured that the government will stick to the 100 days plan. They also proved it by launching an official website for citizens of Pakistan.
This initiative appears to be a great move because it would promote transparency of the workings of the government.
The 100 days agenda of Prime Minister Imran Khan is based on six themes: transform governance, strengthen federation, inclusive economic growth, agriculture and water, revolutionalise social services, and ensure Pakistan’s national security. The themes had been further broken down into 35 initiatives. We can easily see the state of initiatives promised by Imran Khan to be initiated or completed.
To Monitor, the Performance of Government, Click Here.
This website will be updated regularly and is made with the sole reason for helping the general public to monitor the performance and promises of Government.
This is not the first time that a website to monitor Imran Khan’s agenda is launched previously, Salman Saeed, a social entrepreneur had launched a website named Khan Meter in order to keep track of PTI’s 100-day agenda. Khan Meter will basically monitor the initiatives promised by Chairman PTI, Imran Khan. However, the website pm100days is an official website and is developed for the very first time for its citizens to monitor their activities.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.

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