Dar expresses satisfaction on census progress

 ISLAMABAD -  Finance Minister Ishaq Dar has expressed satisfaction on the work undertaken during ongoing housing and population census till date and hoped the good work would be kept up in coming days also. He chaired a meeting to review the progress of ongoing housing and population ...

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