Thursday, May 19, 2022

Small group trying to destabilize govt, says PM Imran Khan

Small group trying to destabilize govt, says PM Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that a small group is trying to destabilize the government. In an interview with a private TV channel on Tuesday, he said that the biggest challenges for his government are the current account deficit and payment of loans. "I want to lift the poor and end the monopoly of the elite," he declared. Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his mission was to fight against the mafia. "The country cannot make progress in the presence of mafias. Cartels move courts on the basis of their wealth," he said. He said that the sugar inquiry revealed that sugar was not being exported to Afghanistan, but rebate was being received in the name of export. "No one will be afraid of corruption if he is not held accountable," he added. Imran Khan said that the opposition is blackmailing the government to conceal its theft. "The best projects are being launched in Punjab being led by Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar," he said. He further said that the Pakistan International Airlines is under the debt of Rs 400 billion. "How can this institution be made profitable?" he questioned.