The World Will See That Pakistan Will become A Great Country: PM

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

05th Dec, 2020. 09:59 pm
The World Will See That Pakistan Will become A Great Country: PM

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that Allah Almighty has made Pakistan a very special country. Inshallah, the world will see that Pakistan will become a great country.

Talking about the development of the country, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the government is working with China to increase agricultural production and also creating special economic zones in CPEC.

The Prime Minister said that in the coming days if we just enhance tourism, a lot of dollars will come, as Switzerland earns $80 billion from tourism and our northern regions are Switzerland plus.

The Prime Minister further said that Pakistan’s biggest problem is debts he has to ask for money from other countries it is an insult to the country but we don’t have another option.

The Prime Minister said that we are the lowest tax paying nation in the world, if these people start paying taxes then the problems will be solved, we have only 1.5 million taxpayers.

The Prime Minister said that the system of local government in Karachi is very crucial and the government is working closely with the Sindh government on the Karachi package.

He said that no obstacles would be created for the opposition’s rally in Lahore but the action would be taken against those who took the law into their own hands.

The prime minister said he had cancelled his public meetings in view of the rising Coronavirus in the country. “Our focus now is on ensuring compliance with the COVID-related SOPs,” he said. Indoor dining in restaurants as well as educational institutions have been closed.

Replying to a question, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the education system will be improved as the government is introducing a uniform curriculum from next year.

He said that students of class VIII and matriculation would be taught Sirat-un-Nabi. He said that Al-Qadir University, which will be completed next year, would promote research on the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as well as Sufism.

The Prime Minister said that religious madrassas have also agreed to teach modern subjects to their students.

All these views have been expressed by Prime Minister Imran Khan while talking to a private TV channel while the interview has been taken by Hamza Ali Abbasi, former actor, a well-known host and anchorperson of Pakistan.

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