PM Vows To Continue Anti-Graft Campaign

Prime Minister Imran Khan said, the government cannot be blackmailed by opposition pressure tactics and no corrupt person who has looted National exchequer will be spared.

Addressing the inaugural Ceremony of Hazara Motorway in Havelian, the Prime Minister said, all corrupt politicians rallied in JUI-F's recent sit-in in Islamabad in a bid to avoid possible action by nab.

He vowed to continue indiscriminate anti-graft drive against all corrupt elements to fulfill PTI'S Electoral promise to bring back looted money in the country.

The Premier stated that the JUI-F's sit-in undermined the government's efforts for highlighting the Kashmir issue at the local and International Fora.

Reiterating to speed up all CPEC projects, he said, the incumbent government has expanded collaboration with china.

He said, earlier, the CPEC projects were confined to few roads and power Houses but the incumbent government has expanded it to other sectors including transfer of technology from China in Agriculture sector to boost yield.

The Premier said, he welcomes the Lahore High Court's decision allowing Nawaz Sharif to go abroad for treatment but Criticized PML-N president shahbaz sharif for politicking on an humanitarian issue.

Vowing to build pakistan on the principles of state of madina, the prime minister said, the state of madina was established on the principles of justice and welfare and the government is committed to implement these principles.

He also sought help from judiciary to drive the society out of injustice and restore people's confidence in the institution.