Prime Minister Imran Khan said that Pakistan can not go ahead without the reforms. He reaffirmed his resolve to move forward with institutional reforms. He said that 2020 will be the year of job creation, high growth rate, and prosperity. 2019 was a difficult year as the government encountered tough challenges on the fiscal side, however, it went through it and has brought stabilization.
At a function of overseas doctors, the Prime Minister said that the earlier governments were just interested in completing their five-year term. His government will complete its term and bring about necessary reforms, as per Imran Khan.
Khan said that over the reforms his government is facing resistance but it won’t back off from its agenda and added that the “corrupt mafia” has destroyed the system. Because of these reforms are essential to bringing about betterment and prosperity in the country.
The government will not privatize government hospital but introduce reforms to bring them at par with the private sector hospitals.
As per PM Khan, 2019 was a difficult year as the government encountered difficult challenges on the fiscal side but it has brought about stabilization.
He also talked about the new citizenship law passed by India that has discriminated Muslims and also discussed the Kashmir issue. He said that what the RSS-led BJP government is doing is a direct violation of humanitarian and global laws. He said that overseas Pakistanis must raise their voice against the actions taken by extremist Indians.