ISLAMABAD: During a briefing, Prime Minister Imran Khan affirmed to the government and PTI spokesmen that he would not negotiate on transparency and offer “come what may” to NRO, as the 11-party opposition coalition, the Pakistan Democratic Movement, gears up to stage its rally in Lahore on December 13.
The opposition is risking people’s lives to save their corruption… they don’t know me… even though my government leaves, I’m not going to compromise on transparency,’ Prime Minister Imran said as he chaired a spokesman’s meeting on Monday.
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A briefing on the coronavirus situation was given to the PM and the current political situation was addressed in depth as well.
We are not going to provide an opening for the opposition to clash. They are scared that their actions will continue to come to light if the government continues to work, so they are all pushing for the government to go,” Imran said. “There would be no political or property mafia to get NRO.
According to reports, during the conference, Imran said that the opposition was now endangering people’s lives in order to save their greed. “Their entire family sits outside, and they use the people here for their own interests.”
The PM said that the government would not be disturbed even though the opposition held 10 meetings at Minar-e-Pakistan. We think for the public and will file charges against the rally’s service providers.
“They are not going to interrupt the gathering. They try to interrupt the meeting by the nation. A conflict is what the opposition needs. The government is not going to give them a chance to clash,” said the PM.
The PM said that no exemptions would be offered to those occupying government lands with respect to the ongoing operation against the occupation of government lands in Lahore.
The military mafia is behind the land-mafia everywhere,” Imran said.”
Separately, the Premier inaugurated the headquarters of the Anti-Narcotics Force (ANF) in Rawalpindi.
Imran emphasised the importance of creating a plan to save the youth from the menace of drugs and corruption in addressing the inauguration ceremony.
In accordance with the anti-corruption measures taken by the outgoing government, he vowed to implement a tough campaign against drug use a statement released by the PM Office said.
Along with senior officials of the ANF, the federal minister for drug control attended the gathering.
In view of the increasing pattern of opioid misuse in educational institutions, the prime minister stated that relevant ministries, including education and health ministries, will be brought on board.
He said an unfailing policy to keep opioid addiction in place among young people was necessary in order to save the nation’s future generations.
He noticed that seven million opioid users were in the world, with schoolchildren being a significant percentage of them.
The premier said he was briefed by the police inspector general on the use of illicit substance ‘ice’ in schools and universities, adding that the announcement was disturbing and could have a catastrophic effect on the education and health of the region.