Democracy isn’t in danger but big dacoits are: PM Imran
BAJUR (DNA) – Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has Pakistan is a peace loving country and wants to live in peace with all its neighbouring countries.
Addressing a big pubic meeting at Khar, the headquarters of Bajaur district this afternoon, he said instead of war Pakistan is interested in investment, prosperity and creating job opportunities for its people. However, our desire for peace should not be misunderstood as our weakness.
“We have repeatedly asked India for talks to resolve the Kashmir dispute but a political party in India is promoting hatred due to elections there,” Imran Khan said.
The prime minister lauded the role of Pakistan Air Force in defense of the motherland and asked the people to remain vigilant about the designs of the enemy before the Indian general elections.
He paid rich tribute to the people of occupied Kashmir, who are rendering sacrifices to achieve their right to self-determination.
Imran Khan went on to say that national economy has weakened due to corruption by leadership of two political parties in the last ten years.
Imran Khan announced Rs2 billion for providing interest free loan to youth of Bajaur to start their own business. He said grid stations in Bajaur will be upgraded besides converting 300 mosques to solar energy.
The Prime Minister said: “8000 tribal people will be provided jobs besides enhancing sports facilities, adding that Bajaur will be linked with Swat Motorway to promote tourism in the area. He said that Internet facility will be provided in Bajaur.
He categorically stated that there will be no compromise on corruption and no NRO will be offered.
Imran Khan further termed the Charter of Democracy as Charter of Corruption, adding that the democracy is not in danger but big dacoits are in danger.
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