PM Imran Khan says opposition speaking Indian language
CHAKWAL (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the opposition is speaking the language of India.
Talking to the media after laying the foundation stone of projects over Rs 15 billion in Chakwal on Saturday, he said that the opposition is targeting the army chief and the ISI.
The prime minister said that former president Pervez Musharraf was criticized, but he was head of a political party. "Son of a leader and daughter of another one are holding public meetings for NRO," he said.
He said that it would be a betrayal to give the NRO. "Pervez Musharraf gave them the NRO and country's debt increased from Rs 6,000 billion to Rs 30,000 billion," he declared.
PM Imran Khan also announced to introduce a revolutionary local bodies system.
The prime minister said that the European Union Disinformation Lab had exposed the fake Indian sites which were being used a propaganda machines. "These sites presented the Pak Army as an army promoting terrorism," he said.
Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan laid the foundation stone of various development projects worth over Rs 15 billion. The projects include a 500-bed hospital, Balksar University, Northern Bypass Road and Law College.
Special Assistant to the Punjab Chief Minister on Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan and provincial ministers were also accompanying him.