Indian nefarious designs against Pak intended to deflect global attention from its heinous crimes in IIOJK

PM underscores ‘Engage Africa’ policy to foster coridal ties with African states

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Prime Minister Imran Khan says Indian media is spreading baseless and negative propaganda against Pakistan to divert world attention from unlawful acts in Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, gross human rights violations and Hindu fascist agenda.

He said this while chairing a meeting in Islamabad on Thursday regarding ongoing hybrid warfare by the Indian propaganda machine, especially the Indian media, against Pakistan.

The Prime Minister said Indian propaganda is aimed at creating chaos in Pakistan and distract the world community from focusing on India’s illegal and inhuman acts.

He directed to take forceful measures to foil negative propaganda unleashed by the Indian media and to create awareness among people in this regard.

He instructed to counter baseless and unfounded Indian campaign against Pakistan with facts and New Delhi’s real face be exposed before the international community.

The meeting reviewed disinformation campaign and negative propaganda unleashed by the Indian media against Pakistan.

Prime Minister Imran Khan Wednesday reaffirmed ‘Engage Africa’ policy which was aimed at forging closer ties with the continent by expanding Pakistan’s diplomatic footprint and deepening economic engagement.

The prime minister expressed these views during a meeting with President National Assembly of Republic of Djibouti, Mohamed Ali Houmed, who accompanied by a parliamentary delegation called on him, PM Office media wing in a press release said.

The prime minister warmly welcomed the visiting delegation and noted that the bonds of common faith and values as well as convergence of views on regional and international matters bind the two brotherly nations.

He underlined the salience of Pakistan’s “Engage Africa” policy and said that Pakistan would soon be establishing its resident diplomatic mission in Djibouti.

Both sides affirmed the shared desire to broaden bilateral cooperation in diverse fields.

Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjrani was also present during the meeting.

The prime minister and the visiting delegation also exchanged views on the importance of peace and security in neighboring regional context of both Pakistan and Djibouti.

President National Assembly of Djibouti appreciated Pakistan’s historical support and expressed the hope that visit of Parliamentary delegation would help in further consolidating Djibouti-Pakistan relations. Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed for giving top most priority to provision of relief to domestic electricity consumers and uninterrupted and affordable power supply to industries.Chairing a meeting on energy sector in Islamabad today, he expressed satisfaction over reforms being made in energy sector.
The Prime Minister emphasized that the reforms should be designed keeping in view the future needs and they should be long-lasting.

The meeting discussed improvement in production and transmission of electricity, making energy mix better and environment friendly, and the proposed projects of generating cheap electricity. In addition, the meeting was informed on the progress in ongoing projects.

The Prime Minister was also apprised about the agreements made by the previous governments and their negative effects on economy and ordinary people. He was also briefed about the steps taken for relief of the common man and the industry despite the Covid-19 pandemic.

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