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Govt to complete tenure despite plots

March 1, 2020 10:07 PM


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Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Parliamentary Coordination Nadeem Afzal Chan claimed that the PTI government will complete its 5-year tenure as mandated by people.

“Plots being hatched in London by opposition leaders will fail in achieving their nefarious designs to topple the government.”

Talking to media persons here at Phalia, in Mandi Bahauddin, Mr Chan said that opposition leaders involved in criminal cases of looting national wealth are suffering from cramps in their stomach as they find no way out to escape from punishment.

The PTI government is committed to fulfill all its promises made during run-up to the general elections. The government policies have started bearing fruit as both the governance and service delivery to public is improving.

Inflation and price hike is gradually being brought under control. Government institutions have been purged from political interference. Now they are free to use their initiative and discharge their duties in public interest. Work on development schemes in his constituency has begun and days are not far off when all roads and streets in the area will be metaled for easy and fast travelling of the public.

Referring to Kashmir issue, he said in last 72 years, it is only PM Imran Khan who has effectively highlighted Kashmir issue on international front to draw attention of the world whereas, previous governments did not take any worthwhile step to highlight this important issue. Because of his effective diplomacy, Imran Khan has emerged as ambassador of Kashmiris and great leader of the nation.

 



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