PTI govt to complete five-year tenure, reiterates PM
Prime Minister Imran Khan Thursday said reiterated that his government will complete its tenure of five years, reported 24News HD TV channel.
The PM while addressing the groundbreaking ceremony of 103-kilometre long Naukundi-Mashkhel road said, “We have been threatened that if we do not give NRO, they will overthrow our government.” He said the opposition was seeing their political death. He said mafias were afraid of the success of the government. “From the very start, when we had formed the government, they had started saying that the government has failed,” the PM said, adding that they would defeat the mafias and make them abide by the law of the land.
The PM said where there the law is not equal, there exists the law of jungle. We are bringing the same education curriculum for the whole country. There will be a balance in the society because of the same curriculum, he added.
The PM said no society could progress until it had equal law for every citizen. The PM said that no one focused on Naukundi-Mashkhel in the past 70 years but the incumbent government was focusing on backward areas. He said the road would benefit the people of the area.
He said that Balochistan lagged far behind. He further said that the PTI inherited the economic crisis from the previous government and the country would have become a defaulter if the government hadn’t paid the loan instalments. He said that the first year of his government passed to stabilise the country’s economy, while the second year the government went into to curb coronavirus pandemic. He said there was the rule of power in the country in the past instead of a rule of law. He said their goal was to bring the powerful under the rule of law and reduce poverty.