Murad Saeed Sets New Precedent By Achieving The Fastest Revenue Record For Both Ministries

Source: ARY

Setting the bar high by unlocking this achievement, Murad Saeed has achieved the fastest revenue record for both ministries. Federal Minister for Postal Services and Communications has set a new bar for the first time in the history of Pakistan. Both ministeries working under him have earned record revenue of 9.54 billion rupees in the last four months, as reported by a local news source. 

Murad Saeed envisioned to turn both ministries, which were running in loss previously, are now giving record profit – which speaks for his efforts and performance. After effective accountability steps were taken by Murad and transparency measures were taken, 4.32 billion rupees were generated from the Ministry of Communications.

With that, the revenue of Pakistan Post has also increased by 184 per cent in the first quarter. Pakistan Post took a number of initiatives in this regard, bringing it to the mainstream discussion one more time, giving private courier companies a run for their money. With newly introduced export parcel service, which particularly benefited the small traders due to the minimal charges and fastest delivery, it has managed to win the trust over private companies again.


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The national courier also introduced electronic money order, E-commerce, same day delivery, application to track the parcels, the introduction of home pickup gained people’s attention, leading to a rs 1.17 bn generation in the early days.

During last week, Murad Saeed also inaugrated  ‘E-Commerce initiative’ in Islamabad. Murad Saeed also expressed hope that the new initiative will take Pakistan Post towards financial sufficiency and prosperity. With this new service, the customers will be able to avail convenient offerings like online shopping and cash on delivery.

“Our objective is the provision of all facilities to Pakistanis at their doorstep in minimum rates.” – said Murad, speaking on the event.

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