Published On: Wed, Oct 21st, 2015

Pakistan Changing In Real Terms, Not In Slogans: PM Sharif.




WASHINGTON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has said with the fast improving law and order situation, stable economy and the government’s commitment to rid the country of electricity load-shedding by 2018, Pakistan was changing “in real terms and not in slogans.”

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“By 2018- the year of general election- we will give the people a new Pakistan, which would be a brightened, prosperous and developed,” he maintained.

He also referred to the allocation of Rs 10 billion under the youth loan scheme and said more resources would be provided for the betterment of our youth.

The Prime Minister said the PML-N on its part was doing all to promote the democratic culture by leaving the past culture of negative politics, adding, with a strong parliament, independent judiciary and media as well as other state institutions in place, the problems should not be resolved at roads.

Nawaz Sharif also briefly touched the issue of regional peace and said Pakistan wanted peaceful ties with its neighbors including India and Afghanistan.

About the relations with India, he said, Kashmir was a major issue and must be resolved in accordance with the UN’s resolutions.

The Prime Minister said Pakistan desires peace in Afghanistan, as it was very important for peace in the region. – APP


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Syed Ammar Alavi

- is Lahore (Pakistan) based journalist & writer with 25-year experience in print, wire and broadcast forms of journalism. His major fields of interest are politics, film,tv,sports, climate change and technology

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