According to a State Bank poll released on Wednesday, there are now 400,000 people who have Roshan Digital Accounts (RDA).
76% of those surveyed cited the facility’s inadequate way of communication for resolving complaints as the main factor contributing to their dissatisfaction.
Approximately 69 percent of people voiced complaints about the prolonged resolution time, 67 percent about the officers assigned to resolve complaints’ ignorance, and 45 percent about how difficult it was to submit a complaint.
According to the survey, 70% of participants established an account to support their families, 11% to invest in the stock market, and 22% to buy real estate. Additionally, Saudi Arabia accounted for 36% of depositors, the United Arab Emirates for 23%, and the European Union and the United Kingdom for 10% each.
In addition, 5pc of the residents were transitory and 23pc were permanent residents.
Shehbaz Sharif, the prime minister, commended the abroad Pakistanis for depositing $57 million in a single day, which enabled the RDA to surpass $4.5 billion in total deposits.
In a tweet, he wrote, “Happy that yesterday State Bank got $57 million, the greatest inflow in a day ever. The RDA program has the full support of the prime minister. He declared, “Our administration wholeheartedly supports the Roshan Digital Account plan.”
Our government stands firmly behind Roshan Digital Account scheme. Happy that yesterday State Bank received $57 million the largest inflow in a day ever. We have now crossed $4.5 billion in total deposits. I thank overseas Pakistanis for reposing their trust in the motherland.— Shehbaz Sharif (@CMShehbaz) June 22, 2022