Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan will continue its role in the Afghan peace process

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated on Monday that Pakistan is doing everything for the Afghan peace process, ARY News reported.

Addressing the International Conference to commemorate the forty years of the presence of Afghan refugees in Pakistan, said Prime Minister Imran Khan, the government and security forces are on the same page on the issue related to the Afghan peace process.

He stressed that there are no terrorist shelters in the country.

Speaking about Pakistan’s hospitality, Imran Khan said that generosity has no connection to the bank balance since the last 20 years have been economically very difficult for people here.

“It is very difficult to leave home. Islam was linked to terrorism after the September 11 incident and political leaders divided the people for votes.

Read more: Antonio Guterres says the UN supports the return of Afghan refugees

Prime Minister Imran Khan said Pakistan is closing its border with Afghanistan to stop the illegal cross-border movement. “The war on terrorism caused great losses to Pakistan and its people.”

Warning to the international community about the irresponsible statements of the Indian side, the prime minister said that the situation between two neighbors with nuclear weapons can get worse if the world does not take note of the statements issued by the Indian leaders.

“I am not threatening, but informing the world about the current situation,” he added.

Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed concern about the current situation in India, said that today India is working on the Nazism agenda instead of its founder Mohan Das Karam Chand Gandhi.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan approves civil service reforms

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has fulfilled another promise by approving recommendations on the renewal of recruitment, training and promotion criteria for public officials, ARY News reported on Saturday.

According to details, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday approved reforms for Pakistani officials. For now, public officials will be promoted to a higher degree on the basis of performance.

Under the new laws, the performance of each employee will be reviewed after 20 years of service, and officers will be promoted to higher grades or ranks based on their performance.

The proposal aims to promote only qualified and competent officers.

The government announced that it will form an evaluation board composed of senior secretaries and the president of the Federal Public Services Commission (FPSC), which will decide to continue the employment of public officials.

20 percent of officers who meet the eligibility criteria will be promoted to grades 20 and 21, while it has been mandatory for the government official to serve outside their province to obtain promotion in grade 21, according to The new laws.

The official, who will serve more than 10 years in a province, will not be promoted to the upper grade, while to obtain promotion in grade 19 and grade 20, one must perform tasks in difficult areas.

The rules of efficiency and discipline have also been established under civil service reforms. The investigating officer who makes the irregularities will be required to submit a report within 60 days.

If you have not submitted a report or submitted a false report, the investigation against you will be initiated.

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CM Buzdar informs Prime Minister Imran about development projects in Punjab

LAHORE: The Prime Minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar, met with Prime Minister Imran Khan here in Lahore, at the Governor’s House, ARY News reported Saturday.

During the meeting, issues related to the general political and security situation of the province were discussed.

CM Buzdar informed the Prime Minister about the ongoing development projects in Punjab. Usman Buzdar informed the prime minister about the steps taken by the Punjab government to curb inflation.

He also informed Prime Minister Khan about the distribution of Sehat Insaf cards in the province. The meeting was attended by the chief secretary of Punjab and other officials.

Prime Minister Imran Khan visited the Lahore Safe City Authority. On the occasion, he was informed about the security measures taken for security in Lahore and Global Portal. He also launched the global Khidmat Markaz police portal.

He will be the main guest at a Sehat Sahulat Cards distribution ceremony in Lahore.

Read more: Prime Minister Imran approves an aid package worth Rs 15 billion to address inflation

Early in the day, Prime Minister Imran Khan arrived in Lahore on a one-day visit. Punjab Prime Minister Usman Buzdar received Prime Minister Imran Khan at Lahore Airport.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Lahore on Saturday

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan will visit Lahore for a day on Saturday (tomorrow), ARY News reported, citing sources.

During the visit, Prime Minister Imran will address the Sehat Insaf card ceremony organized by the Punjab Ministry of Health and distribute the Sehat cards to poor people.

Prime Minister Khan will hold an individual meeting with the Chief Minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar. He will also chair a meeting on inflation and the situation of law and order in Punjab.

By chairing a high-level meeting on food price control in Islamabad on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan ordered a massive crackdown on the elements involved in food adulteration and play with people’s lives.

He said that adulterated food was affecting the growth of children and causing different diseases. The prime minister said that all possible efforts should also be made to eradicate food adulteration using modern technology.

Read more: Prime Minister Imran approves an aid package worth Rs 15 billion to address inflation

Among others, the main ministers of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the main secretaries of Balochistan and Sindh also participated in the meeting through a video conference.

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Imran Khan reviews the progress of federal government projects in Sindh

ISLAMABAD: A review meeting on federal development schemes in Sindh was held in Islamabad on Thursday with Prime Minister Imran Khan in the presidency.

The meeting reviewed the progress of ongoing federal projects in Sindh province.

Planning Minister Asad Umar, MQM-P leader Khalid Maqbool Siddiqui, and interested federal secretaries attended the meeting.

Earlier on Wednesday, it was learned that the leadership of MQM-P has decided to make a “big decision” in the near future in view of its differences with the federal government led by Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI).

The sources said that the leadership of MQM-P complains about the lack of seriousness of the federal government for showing lack of seriousness to release funds for the development of Karachi despite making many promises after spending 18 months in power.

Read: Sindh governor informs Prime Minister Imran about talks with MQM-P

Sources closer to MQM-P said the leadership decided to finalize its future strategy as the political party faces pressure from citizens. Members of the MQM-P Rabita Committee have come together to reflect on the start of a public contact campaign and its dissociation with the government alliance, sources added.

On February 6, another round of talks between the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf and his disgruntled ally Muttahida Qaumi Movement – Pakistan (MQM-P) had come to an end and the two sides seemed to agree on the resolution of the citizenship. problems that concern the port city.

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Prime Minister Imran Khan directs to ensure the safety of Pakistani students in China

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has ordered special measures to ensure the safety of Pakistanis in China amid the threat of the coronavirus, ARY News reported Tuesday.

He was talking with Zulfikar Bukhari, Special Assistant to the Prime Minister for the Development of Human Resources and Pakistani Abroad, who visited him today in Islamabad.

Dr. Zafar Mirza SAPM and Foreign Secretary were also present at the meeting.

The meeting discussed in detail the current situation of Pakistani students, in China especially in Wuhan, the epicenter of the deadly virus that has claimed more than 1,000 lives.

Read more: “Don’t panic,” Pak-China collaborating to fight the coronavirus: Chinese envoy

Islamabad together with Beijing working closely to facilitate Pakistani students, Bukhari informed Prime Minister Khan and hoped that China would overcome the coronavirus epidemic.

Prime Minister Imran Khan, expressing his satisfaction at the steps of the government, ordered the Foreign Ministry to keep in touch with Pakistani students in China.

“Guarantee the special attention of all Pakistanis in China,” he said.

The number of victims of the deadly coronavirus outbreak in China exceeded 1,000 on Tuesday after President Xi Jinping called for more “decisive” measures to address the outbreak on a rare visit to a frontline hospital.

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