Can't accept Israel until Palestinians are granted their right, declares PM Imran Khan
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Pakistan cannot accept Israel until Palestinians are granted their right.
Talking to the media on Wednesday, he said that Pakistan had exposed India through a successful foreign policy. "The world acknowledges Pakistan's role in the Afghan peace process. Today no one is saying us 'Do More'. Today we have good relations with Iran, Saudi Arabia and UAE," he said.
The prime minister said the death rate due to Covid-19 is witnessing a sharp increase across the country. " He said that the coronavirus cases are increasing at a fast pace. "Burden is increasing on hospitals. We are also concerned about our medical staff," he said.
He announced not to impose complete lockdown in the country. "We have come out of the economic crisis after hectic efforts. The situation might deteriorate if we did not show cautiousness. The opposition is putting the lives of the people at stake by violating the court orders. The PDM leaders should keep in mind that the meeting will not benefit them and no one will be granted NRO," he said.
He said that the Indian economy had suffered a lot due to coronavirus. "The nation had supported the government during the first wave of coronavirus. Pakistan was the only country where mosques remain opened during Ramazan," he said.
PM Imran Khan said that the government had decided not to close any source providing jobs. "We cannot make daily wagers jobless," he added.
He said that the country's exports had increased after a long period. "In Faisalabad, factories are running so fast that they are facing shortage of labour," he declared.