Prime Minister Imran Khan, on Tuesday (June 25) , stated that no one has directly contacted him to obtain a National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), and reiterated that regardless of the All Party Conferences and protestations, the opposition leaders booked under mega-corruption cases will not be provided any relief or compromise.
Sources reveal that these comments emerged during a meeting of the parliamentary party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, held at the Parliament House in Islamabad. Prime Minister Imran Khan stated that the opposition can stage as many protests as it wants, the federal government will undermine their efforts by exhibiting an efficient performance.
Reports reveal that Prime Minister Imran Khan said, “No one has directly approached me to obtain an NRO, but it is well-known that I will not be willing to compromise on the cases of corruption.” He added, “No NRO will be issued, regardless of whether the opposition launches an anti-government movement, or organizes an All Party Conference.”
The PTI parliamentary meeting was attended by PTI leadership and other political allies to undertake a discussion on the political landscape of the country, and devise a strategy to make sure the proposed finance budget for 2019-20 gets an approval from the National Assembly.
Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed positivity and assured that despite the ongoing economic tensions, Pakistan has set out on the path of recovery. Sources quoted his remarks, “The Federal government has carved out a new economic direction, and Pakistan is on its way to recovery after combating a bitter financial crisis.” The Premier made a strong emphasis on the responsibility of all parliamentarians and lawmakers to initiate a tax awareness campaign, urging the public to pay their taxes with accuracy and transparency in order to uplift the economy.
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20 September, 2019