Pakistan won't recognise Israel until Palestinians get rights, says Imran
Prime Minister Imran Khan.–File photo
Addressing a meeting of the government’s spokespersons and senior leaders of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) in Islamabad, the prime minister said the government was following Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s policy on Israel. He said that he would not spare the corrupt politicians in any case.
The prime minister said the number of coronavirus cases was increasing in the country day by day, therefore, the PDM, an alliance of the 11 opposition parties currently trying to topple the federal government, should halt its anti-government rallies. He said that opposition’s anti-government rallies did not have any impact. He said that people’s lives were being put in danger to save the looted money. He said the world was fighting coronavirus, but the Pakistani nation was being fooled.
Prime Minister Imran Khan declared the opposition’s campaign anti-people and said that it would hurt people and the economy of Pakistan more than the government itself. He said that initiatives taken by the government brought the rate of inflation down and the government was trying to further bring down the rate of inflation in the country.