‘No one is above the law in Naya Pakistan,’ PM Imran

Syed Umarullah HussainiWeb Editor

09th Apr, 2021. 01:34 pm

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday said that the unemployment is one of the biggest challenge for Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) government and strengthening construction sector in the country will ultimately lead to end job crisis in Pakistan.

According to the details, after performing groundbreaking of LDA City Naya Pakistan Apartments, Prime Minister Imran Khan addressed the gathering.

During his address, Imran Khan said following massive increase in domestic consumption owing to construction activities in the country, cement sector posted the highest ever monthly growth of 44.39 percent in March 2021. The construction sector is now growing rapidly, said the Prime Minister, adding that, ‘development of various industries is directly linked with the growth of this sector.’

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that corruption is the biggest threat to the prosperity of country. Adding that the process of automation helps in ending the system of taking bribes. Prime Minister said that Automation is opposed in institutions to corruption.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that without a strong rule of law regime there can be no development, no economic growth, and no peace. He said that the absence of the rule of law in the country favours those who have historically held power in Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that no one is above the law and implementation of law and order is the basis of any strong state. Imran Khan said that the political mafias are resisting the rule of law to avoid their accountability. Imran Khan said that no person, or institution of state, should be above the law. At its core, this is an accountability provision. Those who flout the law must be held accountable — no matter who they are.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that during his reign Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province has witnessed notable reduction in poverty and increase in the projects for the human development.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that state of Medina is based on two principles, first ‘the rule of law’ and secondly, the ‘welfare.’

On the occasion,  Imran Khan also thanked judiciary for its support in implementing the project of Naya Pakistan Apartments.

Mortgage financing is common phenomenon in developed countries. Anyone can own a house by paying rent amount to the banks, he stated. Adding that, ‘the bank provides financing under the Foreclosure Act.’

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