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Dr Firdous denies rumors of friction between govt, allies


Atta Ur Rehman KhanWeb Editor & Columnist

16th Jan, 2020. 09:50 pm
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Firdous Ashiq Awan

Islamabad: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Media and Broadcasting, Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan on Thursday said that the core committee meeting of PTI members culminated with the resolve for better results and governance.

Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan , “Rumors of possible friction between the government and its allies have been quashed, the prime minister has met the leaders of all the parties and has assured them of a partnership that would result in relief for the masses through better governance and decision making,”

She further said that the Prime Minister extended his goodwill and thankfulness towards government allies in the parliament.

Awan also announced that under special directions given by the Prime Minister, upcoming Kashmir Solidarity Day is to be observed with tremendous, zeal, zest and reverence.

“Our Kashmiri brothers and sisters have been made to live under the hegemonic rule of India and are being subjected to gross human rights violations, Pakistan will continue to project the Kashmiri plight on international platforms till the Kashmiri’s are given their due right,” said Firdous Ashiq Awan.

Imran Khan chairs the high level meeting

Earlier on today (January 16), Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan chairs the high level meeting.

A statement regarding the meeting has been issued, according to which Army Chief General Bajwa, Assistant Special Maid Yusuf, DG ISI are participating in the meeting while Foreign Secretary and senior military and civil authorities were also present.

According to a statement issued, the meeting reviewed the situation in occupied Kashmir while Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the meeting and said that Pakistan would continue its political, moral and diplomatic support to the Kashmiris.

PM said, Kashmiris will continue to support them till they get the right to self-determination

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