Brutal Modi prepares to inflict cruelty on all Kashmiris: PM


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Prime Minister Imran Khan said Wednesday the brutal Narendra Modi, his Indian counterpart, was preparing to inflict cruelty on all Kashmiris. The ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has decided to give a severe response to Modi over India’s invasion and control of occupied Kashmir, as well as its atrocities on the Kashmiri folks, on an international level.
According to a notification issued by the PTI, there would be a protest when the Indian prime minister travels to the United States and, in this regard, PM Imran has issued directives to his party’s international chapters. PM Imran further said the PTI’s New York chapter should move to bring together the community against India’s aggression in occupied Kashmir and human rights organisations.
India had no right to illegally occupy Kashmir, especially considering the United Nations Security Council’s (UNSC) resolutions and bilateral agreements, PM Imran added, noting that as the ambassador for the occupied Muslim-majority, Himalayan region, he would raise the people’s voice on every forum around the world.
Moreover, Prime Minister Khan took to Twitter to term a 73 per cent reduction in the current account deficit in the first month of this fiscal year a great achievement. The prime minister said: The govt’s consistent focus on reducing our external imbalances by reducing imports & increasing exports & remittances are bearing fruit. Current account deficit reduced by more than $6 bn last yr & July this yr deficit is 73% or $1.5 bn lower than July 2018 a great achievement.
A day earlier, on Aug 20, the State Bank of Pakistan had said the current account deficit (CAD) shrank by a massive 73 per cent in the first month of this fiscal year. The trade loss shrank by 72.81pc to $579 million in July as compared to $2.13 billion in same period of last fiscal year.
Prime Minister Imran Khan says ensuring access of people to simple and inexpensive justice is top priority of the government. He was talking to Law Minister Barrister Farogh Naseem who called on him in Islamabad on Wednesday. The Prime minister appreciated the efforts of Law Minister on public interest legislation. The Law Minister informed the Prime Minister about progress on new laws and their implementation.
The Law Minister apprised the Prime Minister that Pakistan Code has been made online to provide awareness to people regarding their rights and other matters on relevant laws and sub-laws. An app with the name Pakistan Code has also been prepared which will be available to people on their mobile phones.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed the relevant authorities in the federal and provincial governments to undertake effective immunization and awareness campaigns to check the incidence of polio. He was chairing a high level meeting in Islamabad on Wednesday which took stock of polio incidence in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and other parts of the country.
Imran Khan stated that Polio eradication is the top most priority of the government as it affects the future generation. He also expressed concerns over the recent spike in polio cases. The Prime Minister stressed upon the need for a robust partnership between Ehsaas and polio eradication program for synergized implementation of the two vital programs. The Representatives of Pakistan Army assured full support to polio teams in their efforts to reach out to the children in far flung areas of the country.
Representatives of international partners and donors also assured their continued cooperation to the government of Pakistan in polio eradication mission. Deputy Director Polio Bill and Melinda Gates Dr Tim Peterson also presented a letter of appreciation from Bill Gates to the Prime Minister for the efforts being made to eliminate the crippling disease.
On the occasion, the Chief Ministers of KP and Balochistan and the Chief Secretaries of Punjab and Sindh apprised the meeting about the measures taken for polio eradication in their provinces.

PM’s Focal Person on Polio Eradication Babar Bin Atta briefed the meeting about the report of International Monitoring Board for the year 2017-18 identifying loopholes in the strategy at that time which led to recent spike of polio cases in some parts of country especially Bannu division..

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