Norway Holy Quran desecration: PM strongly condemns incident
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan strongly condemned on Sunday an attempt to desecrate the Holy Quran by an extremist right-wing group in the Norwegian city of Kristiansand. According to the sources, the prime minister condemned the Norweign incident in PTI’s core committee meeting. He also directed Foreign Ministry to write to the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to raise the issue and said such activities against Islam would not be tolerated. The meeting also discussed foreign funding case. PM Khan directed Babar Awan to apprise the whole nation about foreign funding case. The committee members expressed concerns over administrative issue in Punjab and different suggestions were discussed regarding administrative matters in Punjab. The premier also met Punjab Chief Minister Usman Buzdar after the meeting. The sources further said PM Khan has decided to bring administrative changes in Punjab. Earlier in the day, Imran Khan says PTI government is introducing a local government system which will ensure continuous provision of funds to villages. In his remarks at social media on Sunday, he said Pakistan has been put on the right path and now dollars are pouring in for the first time. PM Khan said Pakistan Clean and Green Index is being launched tomorrow to make every city of the country green and clean. He said according to facilities, the ranking is being arranged of 19 cities. Imran Khan said for the first time in four years the current account deficit has become surplus.