Whether the bouquet of thieves & dacoits is ready for what I will do with them after failure of no-confidence motion: PM Imran Khan
Says he will bring down 50 % diesel & petrol price the day he will bring money of absconder present in London
Says the group of thieves is harming the country from last 35 years
Announces to table constitutional bill in NA for creation of South Punjab Province
“We are neutral and we will try to work with those countries to end the war in Ukraine.
MAILSI ( Web News )
Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that he will bring down 50 percent diesel and petrol price the day he will bring the money of absconder present in London. PM Imran Khan has announced to table a bill in the National Assembly for creation of separate province of South Punjab. He said that now the masses will see whether PPP and PML-N support the constitutional amendment or not, adding that both parties in past promised the south Punjab province with the masses. PM Imran Khan said that he had come in politics 25 years to compete with these thieves and he will compete them until and unless blood is present in him he will compete them, adding that he has full preparation whatever they will do with him he is ready for it.
Addressing a gathering in Mailsi city of Vehari district on Sunday, PM Imran Khan said that whether the bouquet and group of the thieves and dacoits is ready for what I will do with them after failure of no-confidence motion. He said that the group of thieves is harming the country from last 35 years, adding that when this group of thieves was imposed on the country we lagged behind from whole world, adding that these become richest and nation became indebted and poor. PM Imran Khan whatever his knowledge of Quran is, according to it Almighty Allah will not pardon Maulana Fazlur Rehman.
PM Imran Khan said that the Federal Government will spend additional 500 billion rupees for the development of South Punjab.
He said the government is taking concrete steps to reduce inflation, create job opportunities, and strengthen national economy. Prime Minister Imran Khan also said that, “The country was bankrupt when we came to power. We have saved our country from the Corona virus crisis in the best possible way. Corona caused a storm of inflation. The United States has the highest inflation rate in 40 years. We did our best to reduce the burden of inflation on people. The FBR has collected record taxes. All the tax paid will be spent on reducing the burden on the people.”
He said the government took measures to provide relief to farmers, which will pave the way for the development of the country. He said government is providing subsidy worth 132 billion rupees on purchase of Urea, while fertilizer is being imported from China to overcome its deficiency.
Talking about Coronavirus, he said the government announced smart lockdown policy during the pandemic to save national economy from adverse impacts of the pandemic.
Talking about recent bomb blast in Peshawar, he said government is committed to overcome terrorism and promote peace and stability in the country. Imran Khan said Pakistan incurred huge loss in terms of finance and infrastructure in the fight against terrorism.
About protest marches and ‘No Confidence Motion’, the Prime Minister expressed resolve that opposition will fail in its effort to table the motion in the Parliament as government enjoys support of all its allies.
The Prime Minister said the government is committed to establish to rule of law and provide speedy and inexpensive justice to masses.
He said the government is working on building dams that would help save Pakistan from global price fluctuation as power would be generated through the hydel system in future.
Talking about recent standoff between Russia and Ukraine, the Prime Minister underlined the need of dialogue and diplomacy for peaceful solution of the conflict.
In response to the letter written by the European Union envoys in Pakistan asking Islamabad to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, Prime Minister Imran Khan asked the bloc where were they when India broke the international law in Kashmir.
The premier told the people of Mailsi that his parents had taught him and he had always believed that Pakistan should not be a “slave to anyone”.
“EU ambassadors wrote a letter to Pakistan to give an anti-Russia statement. I ask EU ambassadors did you write that letter to India as well?” said PM Imran.
The premier reminded the country that Pakistan had helped the Western bloc in the war on terror. He added that he would not have made Pakistan party to the war had been in government.
“Head of the country at that time supported them,” said PM Imran Khan. He wondered what Pakistan got out of supporting the West apart from losing 80,000 of its citizens, displacement of 3.5 million people and losing over $100 billion.
“I ask EU ambassadors did you thank us? Did you say you helped us in our war? Did you appreciate us” asked PM Imran Khan from the EU envoys.
The premier reminded the envoys that instead of thanking Pakistan there were some people in the West that scapegoated Islamabad.
“Secondly, when India broke international law in Kashmir and ended Kashmir’s status did anyone of you break ties with India, end trade or criticise New Delhi,” asked PM Imran Khan. “What are we? Are we your slaves? Do we do what you say?” said PM Imran Khan.
He then asked the people of Mailsi why were there drone attacks happening in the country from 2008 to 2018.
Launching an attack on former president Asif Ali Zardari and ex-prime minister Nawaz Sharif, PM Imran said that they did not stop the drone attacks as their wealth was stashed in Western countries.
“They feared that the day they speak up the West would seize their properties. Today, Russian assets in the West are being seized and they also feared this,” said PM Imran Khan.
The PM also remarked that terror attacks in the country used to happen as people “whose family members were killed” in the drone attacks “used to take revenge from Pakistan” because “they knew that the attacks were being carried out with Islamabad’s permission.” The premier then said that Pakistan does not want enmity with anyone.
“We seek friendship with everyone,” he said, and reiterated that Pakistan is friends with Russia, the US, Europe, China and was not part of “any camp”. “We are neutral and we will try to work with those countries to end the war in Ukraine. As the war is harming the country, oil, wheat and gas prices have skyrocketed,” said PM Imran Khan. The premier said Islamabad will not take part in any war but will be “a part of peaceful solution to the conflict.”
Chief Minister Punjab Sardar Usman Ahmed Khan Buzdar, PTI South Punjab President Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiar, PTI General Secretary Asad Umar, Federal Minister National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam, MNAs Tahir Iqbal Chaudhry, Aurangzeb Khan Khichi, Muhammad Ibrahim Khan and other PTI leaders were also present on the occasion.