PM Imran Khan vows not to leave masses alone in any difficult time
August 18, 2020
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan has vowed not to leave the masses alone in any difficult time. Addressing the federal cabinet on Tuesday, he said that his 24-year-old struggle had not ended yet. "The real objective of my struggle is to improve the life of a common man," he added. The prime minister said that the real faith is to think about the weak section of the society. "We want to give the practical shape to the concept of the welfare state of Madina," he added. He said that he would not be pressurized by the opposition. He also directed the opposition to stay united after ending their differences. PM Imran Khan also resolved not to give the NRO to anyone. He asked the ministers to further improve their performance. "Your each act is monitored." Fawad Chaudhry, Shireen Mazari and Asad Umar said that it was mandatory to control the price-hike. They also asked the Punjab government to further improve their performance.