Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz has said that the politics of vested interests and corruption met its end.
According to the details, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Senator Shibli Faraz said Prime Minister Imran Khan is confident of the future of the youth.
It is our responsibility to present the performance of the government to the people. Now there will be politics of service to the people and development.
Shibli Faraz said that The economy of Pakistan was weakened due to the novel coronavirus. The Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf led the government to try to support the economy in difficult times.
He said there was always room for improvement and the government was making efforts to improve its performance further.
He said in the changed international scenario, the role and responsibilities of the Ministry of Information and Broadcasting had changed as it had to project the government policies and its achievements, and also counter the enemy’s propaganda at the same time.
The minister said the fifth-generation war was underway and the Information Ministry had taken revolutionary steps to counter it, besides coping with other challenges.
The nation, he said, was united against the fifth-generation war launched by the inimical forces and would rise above political affiliations to counter that aggression.
The minister said the incumbent regime was presenting its two-year performance to the public, which was the essence and basic practice of democracy.
As per the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan, its motto was accountability, justice, and merit.
Shibli Faraz earlier said the sugar and flour mafias had their roots in the system and they had created an artificial shortage of the commodities of daily use.
However, the government was determined to ensure its supply at affordable prices.