PM Imran confident of completing 5-year tenure

By: News Desk
Published: 05:38 PM, 13 Mar, 2022
PM Imran confident of completing 5-year tenure
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Prime Minister Imran Khan has hinted that he will complete his parliamentary tenure of five years, 24News HD TV Channel reported on Sunday.

Addressing a big rally in Hafizabad, PM Imran said, “When my five years will over, I promise that no government will do as much work in five years as I have done.”

Imran Khan said famous and corrupt people have all stood up and efforts are being made to buy people's conscience to bring down the state.

The PM said, “I have spent quite a time in the west, playing cricket where nobody could dare to purchase people.

“Claiming that the government will not be ousted, PM lashed out at the trio of Leader of the Opposition in National Assembly Shehbaz Sharif, Co-Chairman Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari and Jamiat Ulema Islam (JUI) chief Fazlur Rehman and said that “Those who are going to oust me, will themselves be hunted”.

He added that the country is not afraid of blackmail from India. PM Imran said, “This country has the ability to do its defence, as our economy is rising too”.

PM Imran believed that the country is all set to become one of the greatest in the world. He said this is the country, which has to tell the world the principles of “Riyasat-e-Madina”.

He said that during the COVID-19 pandemic, the entire world opted for the lockdown, even India also imposed lockdown.

“And people went on to say to me that go for lockdown too”, PM Imran said. “But, I was worried about the taxi drivers, rickshaw drivers and daily wage earners”, PM added.

PM said that the “Sindh government also refused to agree with my narrative on lockdown”. “And the opposition also said that I will put the lives of the masses at stake, by not imposing the lockdown”, the PM added.

PM Imran said that: “My strategy for not imposing the complete lockdown, turned out to be right.” As now the whole world is saying that my strategy over not imposing lockdown was the best”, he said.

PM Imran claimed that during the crises, the country's economy rose by 5.6 per cent. The country has achieved a record boom in textile exports, remittances, the agriculture sector and exports in the IT sector.

During addressing the public from the rally, PM seemed to be cautious, as he avoided labelling Maulana Fazal ur Rehman “Diesel”.

When, some of the people, chanted “Diesel”, reacting to this, PM said that “ I haven’t called Fazl “Diesel” but they are saying so.