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PM Shehbaz Sharif announces to call in-camera session on alleged letter

PM Shehbaz Sharif announces to call in-camera session on alleged letter
April 11, 2022 Web Desk

ISLAMABAD (92 News) - Prime Minister Imran Khan announced to summon an in-camera session on the alleged letter.

Addressing the National Assembly as the 23rd prime minister on Monday, he declared that the government will clear everything about the alleged letter. "Neither there is a traitor here and nor there was any traitor in the past," he added.

The prime minister said that they will have to resort to dialogue instead of deadlock. "Had some change happened through words the country would have been excellent during the last four years," he maintained.

Shehbaz Sharif stressed the need for unity to save the sinking boat of the country. "The situation is very bad. We will try our best to change the situation through hard work. Had the PTI government accepted the Charter of Democracy lacs of people would have been not pushed towards poverty," he added.

He announced to continue to moral support for the Kashmiris at each level. "We want good relations with India, but durable peace is impossible till the resolution of Kashmir," he declared.

He advised Indian PM Narendra Modi to resolve the Kashmir dispute as per aspirations of the Kashmiris

Shehbaz Sharif said that Afghanistan faces the threat of famine. "There will be extra burden on Khyber Pakhtunkhwa if conditions deteriorate in Afghanistan.

He announced to fix the minimum wages at Rs25,000 per month.

The newly-elected prime minister announced to increase the monthly pension by 10 percent. He directed the private sector to increase the salaries of employees up to Rs100,000 by 10 percent. "We will take steps to immediately reduce the prices of electricity and gas. The laptop scheme for students will be re-launched. We will reissue the Benazir Income Support Programme," he announced.