ISLAMABAD: The internal story of the parliamentary party meeting chaired by Prime Minister Imran Khan has come to light.
According to ARY News, Prime Minister Imran Khan took the parliamentary party into confidence over the current situation. The Prime Minister said that there was no tension on the issue of DG ISI.
The Prime Minister said that the relationship between me and the military leadership could not be improved. There is no ambiguity regarding the deployment of DG ISI. There was a technical glitch which was rectified and this matter will be resolved soon.
“The government wanted the DG ISI to continue working in the context of the Afghan situation. We have to focus on implementing our manifesto,” Imran Khan said.
If there is stability in Afghanistan then there will be peace in Pakistan too
According to sources, the issue of Afghanistan was also discussed in the parliamentary party meeting. National Assembly member Sher Ali Arbab demanded that a high-level parliamentary delegation be sent to Afghanistan.
The Prime Minister said that the first attempt of the government was not to create a humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, if there is stability in Afghanistan then there will be peace in Pakistan as well.
Protect the rights of minorities
According to sources, the meeting was attended by members of the Hindu Assembly who complained about the rejection of the bill on forced conversion. Lal Chand Malhi said that legislation was urgently needed to stop forced conversion.
Imran Khan said that the government has taken the most steps for the rights of minorities, there are some issues in the bill against forced conversion, we will protect the rights of minorities, I am looking into the whole matter myself.
The government is aware of inflation
Instructing the members of the Assembly to spend more time in the constituencies, the Prime Minister said that the development projects would be started in consultation with the MNAs, health cards and Ehsas cards would also be issued in consultation with the members of the Assembly.
Imran Khan said that petrol price is still the lowest in the region in Pakistan, we can not understand the reasons for inflation.
He said that the government is aware of inflation and is making every effort to control it.