PM Schools Sindh Government on Coved 19 Lockdown.

PM Schools Sindh Government on Coved 19 Lockdown.

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday said that the implementation of the lockdown was a good decision as it would reduce the prevalence of Covid 19 but the issue should be considered whether such a decision would save the country, its people and the economy. Can

“A complete lockdown will increase appetite. Don’t go for a lockdown unless you have the answers to these problems.

The Prime Minister was addressing the decision of the Sindh government for a complete lockdown in the province. The Prime Minister hoped that the provincial government would give full consideration to its impact on the weaker sections of the society, especially the daily earners.

The Prime Minister referred to the situation in India where a sudden lockdown had wreaked havoc. The government there thought only of the upper and upper classes. He suggested that smart lockdowns could be imposed on areas identified as hotspots and that schools should not be reopened until all teachers had been vaccinated. We do not want to damage our economy by imposing lockdowns. […] We made the right decision by applying Smart Lockdown.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that a corrupt society cannot develop while the countries that have eradicated this menace from their societies have achieved economic development. He said that rule of law prevails in prosperous countries. “Corruption at the grassroots level has not bankrupted any country, it has always been the ruling class that has ruined countries through its corruption,” he added.

He said that in order to save their skins, the corrupt people would first weaken the anti-corruption agencies which would lead to the destruction of the country.

The prime minister called the government’s efforts against corruption and the rule of law “the greatest jihad.” “There will be no two separate sets of laws for the powerful and the poor,” he said. The Prime Minister asked the people to co-operate fully with the government in this regard as they want to free the people from the clutches of injustice. We want the country to stand on its own two feet. He should not borrow or beg for help, and he should not take part in another’s war for money.

The Prime Minister said that he wanted the nation to be self-reliant. This is the future of Pakistan and the battle for the rule of law. We strive for the rule of law for the future of our generations.

The Prime Minister said that powerful corrupt elements want NRO and want an extended deal by Pervez Musharraf. Such elements were blackmailing otherwise they would overthrow the government.

The prime minister referred to the chaos in South Africa, where authorities cracked down on Zuma’s corruption. “In a Western democracy, an accused cannot oppose accountability,” he said.

The Prime Minister said that two families have raised money through corruption. He added that for the first time in the history of the country, the NAB has arrested powerful people. He said that the first principle in Riyadh Madinah was the rule of law where the caliphs were also accountable to the common people.

The Prime Minister also lamented that the previous rulers destroyed government institutions like PTV, WAPDA and others through nepotism and political involvement. As a result of political involvement, the bubble of the pension bill increased as the budget allocated to various institutions went to pay pensions. Therefore, institutions cannot work to achieve the goal for which they were created.

The Prime Minister also spoke about the Noor Muqaddam murder case, saying that he was closely monitoring the investigation from the very beginning, adding that the incident was very tragic. “I must reiterate that no matter how powerful the attacker’s family may be or whether he is an American citizen, he will not be released if convicted,” he said.

He also spoke about the alleged abduction of the Afghan ambassador’s daughter, saying he took a personal interest in the case as if she were his own daughter. “I commend the police for the work they have done in this case,” he said.

Talking about the July 25 Azad Jammu and Kashmir elections, he said that the “umpires” and the present government belong to the PML-N. Police and election staff were also selected by him. “Given all this, how? [can it be said] Was the election rigged? The Prime Minister said that Sialkot is the stronghold of the party, but they also lost the by-elections there, adding that the only way to end the rigging was through EVMS.


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