Prime Minister Imran Khan, during the telephone session with the public on Sunday, has shared his Ramadan routine with everyone.
When asked about his exercise routine during Ramadan, PM Imran replied, “I always do exercise before breaking my fast and actually we all should do it as it is quite healthy doing so.”
“Keeping fast without exercise is a total waste of the Holy month,” he added saying, “A person needs both physical and mental energy and exercise is the best way for it.”
“Spending the entire holy month just by sleeping is a disaster,” he said.
Note that Prime Minister Imran Khan directly responded to the general public via telephone and has urged them to wear facemasks and strictly follow the COVID SOPs issued to contain coronavirus spread.
India Pakistan Relations
Speaking about the Pakistan India relations, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that relations with New Delhi cannot be normalized until the Modi administration reverses its illegal actions of August 5, 2019, regarding Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJ&K).
Imran Khan reassured that Pakistan will not take any decision that could compromise Kashmir.
He said no government in the past had fought the case of Kashmir at an international forum so effectively as he is doing.
Imran Khan while responding to a question regarding inflation, he said that his government has made controlling inflation its top priority and several administrative measures have been taken to check dearness in the country.
The Prime Minister said that the PTI government is importing gas at lower rates under new contracts and also giving subsidy to people on it. He added that the rupee is strengthening, it will also help control price hike in the country.
Prime Minister said 70% of power is being produced through imported fuel, which is another reason behind the price hike.
He said the middle man is also a cause of dearness, the government is working to address all the causes of inflation through administrative and other measures.
Naya Pakistan Housing program loans
The Premier said the government has softened the terms for housing loan under the Naya Pakistan Housing program so that the maximum number of people belonging to the low-income groups can benefit from it.
He said the government is also taking every possible step to remove all barriers for investors in the construction sector.
Speaking about the economic conditions, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that country’s major economic indicators are moving in a positive direction.
He expressed pleasure that after achieving stability in primary balance, the country will secure economic growth in future.