Prime Minister Imran Khan during his two-day official visit to Malaysia, addressed the Pakistani community and said that the opposition parties were only joining hands to protect their corruption.
He further said, opposition is desperately waiting to topple the government. “They [opposition] are so desperate to see the back of my government that they declared it a failure on the very first day even before my victory speech,” said the PM Khan. “Both liberal and religious parties have joined hands to save democracy. Opposition parties were only gathering together to protect their corruption”.
“There will be no NRO and charter of democracy … this government will put all thieves in jail,” he said. “We haven’t lodged any cases yet, but they are already scared.” “The longer I stay in power the more dangerous it gets form them. Those making the most noise know they have to go to prison. This is why everyone is gathering to save democracy…They are gathering together to save their theft, not democracy,” Prime Minister Khan said.
“The government till now has not launched a single NAB case. All the cases are old. We will lodge cases but the time has not arrived and they are scared,” Prime Minister Khan added.
Commenting on economy, PM Imran Khan said “The time is not far away when we will be giving loans to other countries”. PM Khan further said that the current government’s priority is to “get investments from abroad and Pakistan’s ambassador to Malaysia worked tirelessly for his country’s sake”. “Overseas Pakistanis currently send $20 billion which can be easily increased by $10 billion to $15 billion,” he stated. “I can see the drive to invest in Pakistan in all the people I have met here today,” said the prime minister. He promised to eradicate money laundering from Pakistan. “We will make money laundering very difficult for people in Pakistan”.
The prime minister also appreciated Malaysia’s efforts to overcome money laundering and corruption.
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17 November, 2019