PM rules out any deal or compromise with corrupt people
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan on Monday ruled out the possibility of any deal and compromise with the corrupt people.
“No deal, no compromise with the corrupt people and the accountability process will continue,” the prime minister said during the meeting with PTI senior leader Babar Awan in Islamabad. The meeting discussed the current political situation of the country and constitutional and legal matters also came under discussion.
The matters related to the PM’s upcoming visits to the US and the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) also came under consideration.
“He is completely focused on the Kashmir issue right now and the address in the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) will be an important one,” the prime minister, on the occasion.
He also rejected all the romours of any possibility of any deal and said the accountability process will continue. He believes in ‘no deal, no comprise.’ He said first time in the history of Pakistan, transparent and impartial accountability process is going on and it will continue.
Babar Awan lauding the aggressive policy of the government on Kashmir conflict said the move helped to highlight the issue at the international forums.