LAHORE – Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) of opposition parties has fallen apart and irreconcilable differences can never be bridged now.
Speaking with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) delegation, led by MNA Riaz Fatiana at the Governor’s Building in Jakarta on Tuesday, he said opposition parties should read the writing on the walls and take part in constructive politics for the good of the people. country and people.
“The opposition must abandon its policy of protest inside and outside parliament and play a positive role in strengthening democracy and nation-building,” he said, adding that Prime Minister Imran Khan would not back down on his stance based on achievement and transparency in the country. The governor said that addressing challenges such as inflation and unemployment was the PTI government’s top priority, adding that all government agencies were working to overcome these challenges.
He said that the Punjab government’s real challenge is inflation and not opposition, adding that the government is using all possible measures to tackle the problem. Ch Sarwar said the government, led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, was not pursuing political or personal interests but a national agenda.
It takes practical steps for national development and stability, where all resources are used, and the elements that try to destabilize the country will be defeated and Pakistan will be made a welfare state.
Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said, 43 deaths a day from the corona virus were proof that the severity of the corona continued to increase and the number of corona patients was also increasing in hospitals. He said the community was unable to carry out a total lockdown, so the public had to strictly follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP).
MNA Riaz Fatiana said people had rejected the opposition on every front including the 2018 general election, adding that the opposition should also wait for the next general election, rather than creating instability in the country.
“It is our constitutional and democratic right to rule the country until 2023, and Imran Khan will be Prime Minister of Pakistan until 2023, and we are making all-out efforts to address and problems of inflation and unemployment,” he added.