Govt facing hurdles in implementing reforms in all sectors: PM
December 28, 2019
PESHAWAR (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan has said that the government is facing hurdles in implementing reforms in all sectors but they will not step back from the reformations. Addressing a function of overseas doctors in Peshawar on Saturday, the prime minister said that the government is implementing reforms in health sector to provide better healthcare facilities to the public. “Conspirators are naming the reformations in hospitals as privatize. The government is not privatizing government hospitals but introducing reforms to bring them at par with private sector hospitals,” Imran Khan added. PM Khan said the government is facing hurdles in implementing reforms in all sectors including bringing automation in FBR and tax collection. “The status-co people are showing resistance in the path of reformations but, we will defeat these mafias,” he expressed his commitments. Imran Khan also mentioned that the traders do not want to come under the tax net system. “India can conduct false flag operation and the purpose of Indian controversial citizenship law is just only to victimize the Muslims,” he maintained. The premier said there is a lot of talent in overseas Pakistanis and the government is creating conducive environment for overseas Pakistanis to invest in the country. He also said in the upcoming year stock market and investment will bring prosperity for the public. He urged the overseas doctors to raise voice across the globe against the Indian brutalities in Indian Occupied Kashmir (IoK) and discriminatory policies against Muslim minority in India. Referring to the protests in India, he said international community and human rights organizations have criticized India for the controversial citizenship law.