PM promises to face every challenge, rule of law-based system

By: News Desk      Published: 11:37 AM, 14 Aug, 2020
PM promises to face every challenge, rule of law-based system

Congratulating the nation on the 74th Independence Day, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday described it as the day of promising to follow the ideology of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

It is the day of paying homage to those sacrificing their lives for the country, the prime minister said in his special message and added that the sons of the soil had given tremendous sacrifices to defend and protect the ideology of the land.

He said the country faced many challenges in the last 70 years during which the nation fought a battle on internal and external fronts.

“Our nation fought the enmity and terrorism of the neighbouring country bravely. Our nation also faced natural disasters and infectious diseases with perseverance,” the message read.

Imran said, “Today we promise that we will remain steadfast. We will face every challenge with Unity, Faith and Discipline as a guideline.”

“We will establish such a government system in the country which is according to the objectives and ideology of independence. We are trying to institute a system where the rule of law is sustained,” Imran promised. “We have chosen the state of Medina as a role model.”

The prime minister also mentioned that “our heart is sad” because of the situation faced by the Kashmiri brethren in Occupied Kashmir which had been under siege for the last one year.

“We are standing by the Kashmiri brothers in their struggle for the right of self-determination. We will continue raising voice for our Kashmiri brothers and sisters at every forum,” Imran noted.

“We will continue informing the world community about the serious human rights violations Indian-occupied Kashmir. We will continue informing the world community about the threats faced by peace and security in the region due to the BJP government’s RSS ideology,” he reiterated.

At the end, the prime minister expressed his firm belief that the Kashmiris would succeed in their undefeatable struggle for the right of self-determination.