HAFIZABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday told Pakistan Muslim League supremo-Nawaz Sharif when it failed to get an NRO [deal], he began plotting against the Pakistani Army, while sitting in London, adding that this was the first time that ordinary people were completely satisfied with the initiatives the government was taking.
Speaking at a public meeting at the Hafizabad Municipal Stadium, he said Nawaz Sharif was defaming national institutions and targeting the Army and Justice for his personal gain. A fuss was made about his serious health condition while he was in the village. But once he got to London, he became completely healthy, the prime minister recalled. Imran Khan said when his looting and theft were detected by national agencies including the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), he started speaking in Indian to cover up his theft, the PM added.
Calling the opposition alliance’s public meetings a “circus”, the prime minister said that despite plundering the country for 30 years, they wanted to continue to enjoy privileges rather than face accountability. The National Accountability Bureau (NAB), he said, acted submissively to opposition leaders in the past, but the incumbent government made him work independently.
It is for that reason that the opposition is blackmailing the government over the economic crisis, COVID-19 and even on laws related to the FATF (Financial Action Task Force) just to remove NAB, he added.
One of their biggest wishes now is to remove NAB, the prime minister added.
“Should I let them go?” Do you feel sorry for them? “Asked the prime minister of the audience, who shouted,” No “.
He assured the accused crowd that he would never forgive them until they paid back the looted state money.
After failing to put pressure on the government, he said, the opposition was forced to target the courts, the Commander of the Army and the director general of Inter Intelligence, which was tantamount to instigating a coup within the institutions, only to cover up their theft. .
“But, I will not spare them,” said the prime minister.
Addressing the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), the prime minister said that previously opposition parties had rivalries among themselves to try to keep the seat of power, but now they are facing a completely new opponent, Imran Khan.
“Until you come back [the nation’s] booty, I will never let you rest, ”said PM Imran Khan. He alleges that the opposition tried to blackmail him in exchange for signing a bill on the FATF and when he didn’t listen to them they attacked the court.
“Until those of you who are like Mir Jafar, Mir Sadiq, and Mir Ayaz Sadiq are brought to court, I will not leave you alone,” swore PM Imran.
He said that one person, ‘Maulana Diesel’ (Fazlur Rehman) said that Islam is in danger because of Imran, but “I say that Islam is in danger because [Maulana] Diesel. ”
Imran said looters deposited billions of rupees in foreign banks, which has severely affected the country’s economy. “We will give a health card to every family in Punjab,” the PM promised to add that one family will get free health facilities of up to one million rupiah. Because of this, a large number of new private hospitals will be opened in Punjab province and people can get free medical facilities, he added.
He said that many political parties promised ‘Bread, Kapra aur Makan’ [food, clothing and shelter] in the past but they didn’t fulfill their promise. However, he continued, now people can build their own houses because of the government housing scheme. For this purpose, loans are granted at an interest rate of 5 percent. He said the Pakistani government of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) wanted the rule of law in the country; that is why we are going to introduce a bill to end the protracted legislative process.
He said the PTI government wanted to establish a prosperous state like Medina which was founded by the Prophet (SAW), where the poor and the rich were equal in the eyes of the law and the rules.
“We are bringing in a single education system, which will eliminate the class system in this country,” added the PM.
Imran Khan said the PTI government was taking bold steps to change the fate of the country and nation. For that purpose, he used all of his abilities. The masses must reject the baseless propaganda of the opposition and strengthen the government.
The prime minister also laid the foundation stone of Hafizabad University and announced the construction of a new modern hospital with 400 beds. He promised universal health insurance for Punjab next year and cadet colleges also in Hafizabad district.
“More than that, I am pleased that the Punjab government has decided to introduce health insurance to 50% of the provinces by 2020 and expand it to all provinces next year,” said the PM.
“We are building the first arrowgah (shelter house) in the country where daily bettors are given food and a roof to sleep on,” said PM Imran. “This allows them to send more of the money they earn to their families.
He also spoke about the Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme.
“Until recently, you could only build a house if you had money. If you didn’t have money, you lived on rent. But now, under Pakistan’s Naya Housing Scheme, anyone can build their house on a 5% interest loan. .
“Instead of paying monthly rent, you will pay back the loan while staying at home,” said PM Imran.
“This is the first time in Pakistan’s 73 years history that an ordinary person is satisfied with a government initiative launched for his welfare.
“Even developed countries do not have facilities like those given to the people of Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa,” said the prime minister.
Previously he met with a delegation of lawyers, PTI leaders, etc. Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar, Special Assistant to CM Firdous Ashiq Awan, MNA Shaukat Ali Bhatti, former MNA Mehdi Hassan Bhatti also made speeches at the event.
Strict security arrangements were made for the public meeting but the participants completely ignored the standard operating procedure (SOP).
Earlier, the Punjab Chief Minister’s Special Assistant for Information Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan said the university, at a cost of Rs4.5 billion, would be built on 118 land canals. The government will also spend Rs2 billion on the 400-bed DHQ hospital.