Imran Khan promised to bring back looted money, installments started: Fawad Ch
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Chaudhry has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had promised to bring back the looted money and now installments have started.
Talking to the media on Thursday, he said that some installments of Nawaz Sharif and his families are pending and other people also should give the money.
He said that consensus over the names of ECP will be reached between the government and the opposition in a couple of days.
On December 4, Federal Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Ch said that it will be bad luck if the opposition moves the Supreme Court for the appointment of the members of the Election Commission of Pakistan.
He said that the politicians are so much immature that they cannot reach consensus on a person, then how will they evolve consensus on big problems of the country.
اپوزیشن کا الیکشن کمیشن کی تشکیل کے معاملے میں سپریم کورٹ کو رجوع کرنا صریحاً بد قسمتی ہو گی، اگر سیاستدان اتنے ناپختہ ہیں کہ الیکشن کمیشن کیلئے ایک شخص پر اتفاق نہیں کر سکتے تو وہ ملک کے بڑے مسائل پر کیا اتفاق رائے پیدا کریں گے، فریقین اپنی پوزیشن میں نرمی لائیں اور فیصلہ کریں
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) December 4, 2019
He urged all parties to show lenience in their position and decide on the matter.
Talking to the media after inaugurating Microsoft Imagine Cup 2020 on December 2, Fawad Chaudhry had said that student unions cannot be banned at any cost. He said that he fully supports the student unions. “It is right of the students to raise the voice against the ban,” he said.
He said that the government should quash all the cases registered against students. “In the past, political parties used the student unions.” The minister said that student unions should work in an environment free of violence.
Fawad Ch said that student unions should work in an environment free of violence. He expressed the confidence that Pakistan will emerge as a dynamic country by empowering the youth.
He stressed that student unions are an integral part of a democratic system. “However, there is a need to develop a structure that keeps them away from violent activities,” he said. The minister also stressed for quality of education at different levels in order to take forward the country.