ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has questioned that neither black mailing will work out nor anyone will be given the National Reconciliations Ordinance (NRO).
Talking to senior journalists on Monday, he questioned under which law Nawaz Sharif should be sent abroad. “Bilawal is afraid of the NAB. For this reason, he is making a hue and cry,” he said.
The prime minister said that Bilawal should fulfill his desire of protest and he will be provided with a container.
He asked the NAB to apprehend big dacoits instead of harassing small people. “Corruption will reduce by nabbing big people. The NAB is not under us. The cases against Save-Democracy parties were not registered during our government,” he maintained.
Pakistan has to be alert till elections in India
Imran Khan said that Pakistan will have to be cautious till the elections in India. “There is no hope of improvement in conditions till the elections in India,” he said.
The premier said that children of the three-time prime minister say they are not answerable to Pakistan. “The PML-N ruled the country for 30 years, but could not make a hospital for their treatment,” he said.
Taliban desires to meet Imran Khan
He disclosed that the Afghan Taliban had expressed a wish to meet him. “However, the meeting could not occur. The US that used to advise Do More is now appreciating Pakistan. An interim government should be formed in Afghanistan,” he said.
PM Khan said that the PTI had come out for public interests, but they (the opposition) have united to conceal their corruption. “The opposition is using the parliament to protect its corruption,” he said. He said that a comprehensive program is being launched to end poverty.
Pakistan won’t need to import oil
The prime minister said Pakistan would not need to import oil after reserves are found near Karachi’s seas. “We are hopeful of finding large reserves of gas and oil in the sea near Karachi. The nation should pray for this and I will soon share good news regarding this,” he added.
“God willing the reserves will be so large that we will not need to import any oil,” he shared.
Punjab CM to yield good result
Expressing his confidence in the Punjab chief minister and the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa cabinet, he said that they should be given some time and hopefully would yield positive results.
PM welcomes Indian PM Modi’s good wishes on Pakistan Day
Imran Khan has welcomed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s good wishes on Pakistan Day.
In a tweet, he said: “As we celebrate Pakistan Day, I believe it is time to begin a comprehensive dialogue with India to address and resolve all issues, especial the central issue of Kashmir and forge a new relationship based on peace amd prosperity for all our people.”