What’s important – completing term or fulfilling promises: Moonis Elahi to Imran
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Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PML-Q) central leader and MNA Moonis Elahi Monday questioned Prime Minister Imran khan’s statement that the government will complete its five years term.
He said in a tweet said:, “Prime Minister Imran Khan's yesterday said that PTI government will complete its term. But is it more important just to fulfill the term or to fulfill the promises made to the people.”
It is pertinent to note that three coalition parties of the central government, Jamhoori Watan Party, Pakistan Muslim League Qauid-e-Azam, Balochistan National Party had not attended the PM’s dinner on Sunday as some had reservations and other parties asked PTI to fulfill its promises made during the general elections.
Pakistan Muslim League central leader and MNA Moonis Elahi called on Punjab Governor Ch Mohammad Sarwar at the Governor's House in Lahore Friday.
On this occasion, views were exchanged on prevailing political situation in the country and relations between the two parties among other matters.
Governor Punjab said the government and the allies are standing with each other, opposition dreams every day about the end of the government, people and the allies are with the government.
He said the next general election will be held in 2023 and Tehrik-e-Insaaf is pursuing the policy of taking the allies along at all levels. He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is taking all decisions in the peoples' interest, no compromise of any kind on the process of accountability is out of the question.
Moonis Elahi said the accountability should be seen being done on both sides, accountability of all the government ministers, allies and the opposition should be undertaken without any discrimination.
He said the government and they together will rid the country of the problems.
“We believe in service to the people and are with the government, we know that problems of the people can only be solved by supporting the government,” he added.