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Tareen advocates 'Super System' over 'Superstars' for country's progress

By News Desk

November 3, 2023 09:39 PM


 Istehkam-e-Pakistan (IPP) chairman Jahangir Tareen has emphasized the need for a super system to run the country, underscoring that it's the system that matters, not the superstars.

Addressing a worker convention at Hafizabad on Friday, he outlined his commitment to ensuring the best treatment for the people.

He emphasized that, above all, his dedication lies with his country, pledging to move forward with unity and laughter instead of disputes and accusations.

Tareen stressed that the welfare of the people and the nation should take precedence over individual personalities.

In light of the prevailing disappointment among citizens, he called for collective progress.

During his address, Tareen acknowledged the vital role of the Pakistan Army as the protector of the nation and emphasized the need to strengthen it further. He expressed pride in the army's commitment to national security and made it clear that promises would only be made if they could be fulfilled.

Tareen also spoke of the importance of the incoming government in rectifying the plans left incomplete by previous administrations.

IPP chairman called on everyone to put aside personal interests and work together for the betterment of Pakistan.

He announced a significant increase in the minimum salary for laborers, setting it at 50,000.

Additionally, he advocated for free education up to the matric level and called for the standard of government schools to be on par with private institutions.

Jahangir Tareen's address was a call for unity and collective action, aiming to build a stronger Pakistan that prioritizes the welfare of its people. He reiterated his commitment to working in the best interests of the country, emphasizing that it's time for Pakistan to move forward as one, leaving no one behind.


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