Pakistan, Nawaz, was not made to make Zardari rich

Pakistan, Nawaz, was not made to make Zardari rich

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday once again accused the opposition of looting and plundering their national wealth, saying that PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif and PPP co-chairman Asif Ali Zardari Was not created to make rich.

Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the newly formed block at Malakand University in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, the Prime Minister said that corrupt leaders had been stealing money from the national kitty for the last 30 years. “Thieves themselves do not know how much they have stolen from the country,” he said, adding that it was stolen wealth that forced his sons and daughters to lie to the public. What is the use of accumulating wealth? [through unfair means] When you have to go to the hospital or to jail, “he said.

Imran Khan said that the PML-N had repaid loans worth Rs 20,000 billion in two and a half years, while the PTI government had repaid loans worth Rs 35,000 billion with interest within the same period. “Our friends helped us, so we saved the country from becoming a defaulter,” he said, adding that when so much money goes into debt repayment, it goes to the national treasury for education, hospitals or road construction. There is nothing left to invest. .

The Prime Minister said that the country’s wealth had been stolen for the last 30 years and its looters had either taken refuge in hospitals or fled abroad to avoid accountability. Happiness, he said, can only be achieved by following the right path and serving people with full dedication and determination. “There is no shortcut in life to achieve goals and all goals can be achieved through hard work and professionalism,” he said, adding that a purposeless life destroys the potential of individuals.

Imran Khan said that according to the vision of Quaid-e-Azam and Allama Iqbal, Pakistan has a great responsibility on the educational institutions by bringing about an intellectual revolution among the students and has all the potential to become a developed country. He said the government was focusing on mega development projects to generate economic and financial resources. He said that apart from two mega projects of Bhasha and Mohmand dams, Ravi and Business Stations are also being set up in Lahore to meet the energy needs, which has the potential to generate revenue of Rs. 6,000 billion and boost economic activities. He said that priority was being given to the construction industry in view of its immense potential for job creation, besides providing low cost housing to the poor, laborers, farmers and job seekers. He further said that the development of construction industry in Pakistan would directly benefit 30 industries.

Imran Khan said that promotion of tourism in the country is the cornerstone of PTI government’s policy and domestic tourism has started especially in KP. He said Malaysia has about $ 20 billion, Turkey 40 40 billion, Switzerland ڈالر 60 billion to 80 80 billion in tourism, and Pakistan’s northern regions, including Gilgit-Baltistan and KP, have more land than Switzerland. Skiing can be developed to generate significant income for the national kitty. . He said that due to the wise leadership of Dr. Mahathir Mohamad, Malaysia has achieved remarkable success by promoting cottage and other industries.

The Prime Minister said that the success of developed countries is attributed to their priorities which are related to quality education, research and knowledge based economy, adding that his government has human resources for rapid economic development. Is investing in the development of and creating more employment opportunities. He said the government was working to promote technical education and information technology to ensure sustainable economic growth, which would ultimately help create more jobs and empower the country’s youth.

The Prime Minister told the audience that the current pace of global technological advancement was unprecedented. “We have to take full part in it [technological revolution] As we are left behind, he lamented that Pakistan has made a big mistake in not emphasizing on technology, technical and higher education. “As much as we value our people and spend on them, [the more] They will add value to the society. A knowledge [based] An economy is an economy that rises in the world.

Imran Khan lamented that the country’s agriculture sector was still using outdated and ineffective methods. “We will bring a new agricultural policy next week that will develop the country alone,” he revealed. “We are giving incentives to the construction industry and construction is taking place at an unprecedented level in the history of Pakistan,” he said. […] And [we are] Building low cost housing and affordable housing for the people.


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