Role of Punjab rural support programme in increasing economic status and poverty reduction in Muzaffargarh, Punjab (Pakistan)
Asim Zubair, Dr. Aneela Afzal
In Pakistan, the poor mostly get credits from casual sources like friends or relatives. Absence of pay and assets constrain them to take advances to meet fundamental necessities of life and the obstacle of security leave them helpless before the casual roads. Pakistan unique position as a poor country with few visible signs of poverty. Pakistan is indeed success in eliminating the worst form of poverty. The present quantitative analysis was done to study the role of Punjab rural support programme in poverty reduction: A case study of district Muzaffargarh. In this quantitative research investigator chose sample of 160 respondents with the help of simple random sampling techniques. Data was collected in 2019. In this research researcher utilized the questionnaire as a means for data gathering. The researcher concluded that PRSP is performing a better role regarding poverty alleviation in the selected localities of District Muzaffargarh.