ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday once again appealed to the top corporations in Pakistan to increase the salaries of their employees after registering a record profit worth Rs950 billion last year.
On his Twitter handle, the prime minister also appreciated Serene Air for responding to his call and making an announcement of a 44 percent pay increase for its low-paid employees.
“I appreciate Serene Air’s AVM Safdar(R) for responding to my call & announcing a pay rise of 44% for low-paid employees & 15-25% for other employees. I urge the top 100 corporations in Pak, who made record profits of Rs.950 bn in the last yr (year), to also raise their employees’ salaries,” he posted a tweet.
I APPRECIATE SERENE AIR’S AVM SAFDAR(R) FOR RESPONDING TO MY CALL & ANNOUNCING PAY RISE OF 44% FOR LOW PAID EMPLOYEES & 15-25% FOR OTHER EMPLOYEES. I URGE THE TOP 100 CORPORATIONS IN PAK, WHO MADE RECORD PROFITS OF RS.950 BN IN THE LAST YR, TO ALSO RAISE THEIR EMPLOYEES SALARIES.
In a previous tweet, the prime minister had also appreciated the president & CEO of a private Tv channel for responding to his call and raising the salaries of employees.
I appreciate President & CEO of Ary Digital Network Salman Iqbal for responding to my call & raising salaries of employees. I am appealing to other companies who have made record profits during the past year to also raise salaries of their employees. pic.twitter.com/ss9tGjFWxA— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) January 28, 2022