Pakistan ‘away from bad times’: PM

Pakistan ‘away from bad times’: PM

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that with the growth rate of Gross Domestic Product (GDP) being around 4% during the current financial year (2020-21), the country has emerged from economic difficulties and will continue to do so. Ready for further development. Year

“I have good news to share with you that the country is emerging from economic difficulties. The GDP growth rate is estimated at about 4% and it has been made public, “he said while addressing a gathering at the Quaid-e-Azam residence. He lamented that the opposition parties, Claiming government failure for years, she now disagrees with GDP growth figures, remarking, “In fact, it is the opposition parties who want the current government to fail economically.” Let it happen, because they fear that if the government succeeds, their politics will end. “” Since the current government came to power, the opposition parties have called for the overthrow of the government, in three months or on December 31, etc. Giving the line. But I’m worried about what the opposition will do now, “he added.

Imran Khan expressed hope that the country would achieve further economic growth during the next financial year. “Pakistan will go further [in economic terms] During our next government, “he said.” Despite the burden of inherited debts and the fact that the province had a coalition government, despite the economic governments, the federal government is spending heavily in Balochistan because it It is the property of the people of the province, which was neglected in the past, “he said.” If the previous governments had spent more in Balochistan, the situation would have been better. “

Imran Khan said the leaders had two choices, either to make money themselves or to spend on the nation. “If I think of London’s palaces, how will I think of the nation?” He asked.

He noted the role played by Mahathir Mohamad and Lee Kuan Yew – the leaders of the militia and Singapore – in the development of their countries, and said that they did not make money or build palaces in London but their own countries and nations. Served.

He said that Ziarat could be turned into a tourist destination to increase the income of local people and prevent poverty. He said that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, which had faced terrorism and even lost the lives of 500 policemen, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government had made progress during 2013-18. ۔

Later, addressing the participants of the staff course at Command and Staff College Quetta, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that when the Pakistan Army fought against its opponents, it yielded unprecedented results and successfully defeated the enemies of Pakistan. Prevented plans. He said that due to the professionalism of Pakistan’s war-torn armed forces, national defense was unimaginable. He also considered his vision for a future Pakistan where the rule of law transcends accountability and justice. He further said that a prosperous state could be established according to the Islamic principles and ideology of great leaders like Allama Iqbal and Quaid-e-Azam only when they worked hard as a nation.

The Prime Minister said that the government has made great efforts for development in various sectors like agriculture, industry, technology and automation.

He advised the co-officers to pursue their dreams without fear of failure to achieve their goals.


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