Thursday, May 19, 2022

“Is Pakistan More Inclined to China Than Other? ” A Question to PM Imran

On Sunday, Prime Minister Imran Khan Replied Anxiously On a Question by the News Reporter. The Question Raised by the News Reporter to Khan Shab is that “Is Pakistan was more inclined towards China than any other country?”. The PM Answered the Reporter that the country’s strategic direction was to “maintain relations with everyone”.

The Khan Shab in the Meeting with journalists, former diplomats and representatives of think tanks in Islamabad has Said that “We do not want to be in a position that implies as if we are a part of a certain camp,”

Imran Khan Further Said that He was Assured that GHQ Rawalpindi was Also  clear about Pakistan’s strategic position.

Talking About he Challenges Faced by the PTI Government After Coming into the Power in 2018, He Told the Media Team that One of the Biggest Reason of Country’s Downfall was that some government officials’ own interests had not been aligned with the national interest. They Preferred the Personal Interests over National Interests.

“All government departments should know their roles clearly and they must have an idea what has to be done for wealth creation,”

PM Imran Khan

View Of Khan Shab About Pakistan Exports:-

Talking about the The Economy of Pakistan and Other Countries, He added that Majority of Countries in the World Generated their revenue through exports, however, “Pakistan is disconnected to it. PM Imran Further Criticize the Previous Government And Higher Authorities by Saying that government is not facilitating exporters in sectors which can benefit them,”

PM Imran said while pointing towards certain officials of his own government without naming them.

PM Imran Further tell the News Journalists that CEO of Zara , a popular clothing brand Wanted to Pakistan . Sometime Ago, He Applied For Visa Online. But our embassy emailed him to first report to them before proceeding further.

PM Said that “How can we prosper when there are problems like this,”?

PM Imran Told the Meeting Participants that He Was Informed about that Chinese Business faced problems in Pakistan mainly due to “a lack of synergy between Centre and provinces, especially provinces where the ruling PTI do not have its government”.

Pakistan’s decision making ‘fractured’ after 18th amendment

When News Jounalist Asked the Question that Why Pakistan’s decision making ‘fractured’ after 18th amendment?

PM Answered the Journalist by Showing his regret over the government’s helplessness in bringing reforms, saying “we cannot amend laws related to special economic zones after the 18th Constitutional amendment.”

After Passing the 18th Constitutional amendment by Previous Government, the country’s decision-making had been “fractured”.:- PM Imran Said.

Khan Shab Also Talk About another Big Challenge Faced by his Government is numbers game in Senate, where it lacks a majority.

He told the Media that is Necessary For Ruling Party to have a two-thirds majority in parliament for the effective functioning of parliamentary democracy.

“If we want to reform society, then we must have this majority. Otherwise, any reform will face impediments,we still face problems in the Senate where we do not have a majority.”

PM Imran Khan

Talking About PM Tour to China

While Talking About his Remarkable Tour to China and Meeting with Chinese Business Men During his Tour, He Said that  This Made ties between the two countries “stronger than ever”.

Prime Minister Told The Journalists about View of China About Fighting Against COvid-19 in Following Words,

“China also appreciated our strategy to tackle Covid-19 and also they offered us economic support which will be translated into specific projects,”

While Answering to the Question About Slow down in the pace of Chinese projects in Pakistan was being taken as Beijing being unhappy with Islamabad, IT Minster Said that the claim required a review of statistics.

IT Minister Fawad Further Added that Previously both countries had seven working groups which Now Grown to 11 Groups. And number of completed projects stood at two till 2018 and “now they are seven in three and a half years of this government”.

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