Pakistan to promote partnerships for unity, justice to strengthen the voice of Muslim world globally: PM
Gov’t to continue its efforts to strengthen democracy, progress and development of country: PM
Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan says Pakistan, being chair of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers, will promote partnerships for unity, justice, and development to strengthen the voice of the Muslim world globally.
In a tweet on Thursday, he congratulated the nation on the successful completion of the 48th session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers in Islamabad.
Imran Khan mentioned that the session agreed on strengthening joint efforts for the unity of the Islamic world and addressing the challenges including Kashmir, Palestine, Afghanistan’s humanitarian crisis, and Islamophobia.
Meanwhile, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday invited the nation to participate in the public gathering of March 27 and show their condemnation of the brazen horse-trading aimed at harming democracy in the country.
“I want my entire nation to come out with me on March 27 to give a loud message that we are not supporting evil and are against it,” he said in a video message.
The message was telecast on national television and the social media platforms of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, where the prime minister urged the nation to stand with the good to fight out the politics of corruption.
The prime minister said the “gang of dacoits”, which had been looting the country for 30 years, was indulged in massive corruption and illegal transfer of money abroad.
“This gang is openly buying the conscience and loyalties of the public representatives,” he said, terming it a “crime against the nation and democracy”.
He said, “All the Pakistanis must realize that no one in the future has the courage to do horse-trading and damage the democracy and the nation”.
Imran Khan quoted a verse from the Holy Quran as ‘Amar bil maroof wa nhi anil munkir’, explaining that “Allah Almighty guides the Muslims to stand with good and against evil”.
He said such a spirit was vital to keep society alive.
Meanwhile, Leader of the Opposition in Sindh Assembly, Haleem Adil Sheikh on Thursday said that issue of mistrust is almost over as no confidence motion will be rejected in national assembly.
He expressed these views while talking to media persons at mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
He expressed confidence that MQM-P and other allies were firmly standing with PTI and none of them is withdrawing support to the government.
The opposition leader along with Pakistan Tehreek Insaf Parliamentarians and workers paid a visit to mausoleum of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah on Thursday prior of departure to Islamabad for participation in ‘Amr bil Maroof Jalsa’ of PTI.
Haleem Adil Sheikh flanked with MPA Raja Azhar, Saeed Afridi, Shahnawaz Jadoon, Adnan Ismail and others laid floral wreath on grave of the founder of Pakistan and offered Fatiha.
Speaking to journalists, he said that PTI caravan from Karachi will depart to Islamabad on Friday for becoming part of Amr bil Maroof Jalsa.
He said that reason for paying a visit to Mazar-e-Quaid was reiterating our commitment with cause of PTI leader Prime Minister Imran Khan who is striving to save Quaid-e-Azam’s Pakistan from corruption and plunder of thieves.
Imran Khan, in his message, urged the people of Pakistan to stand besides truth and challenge, he said.
“We are starting our journey of the noble cause of Amr bil Maroof and Nahe anal munkar (Enjoining good and forbidding evil) from the mausoleum of founder father of Pakistan because Quaid-e-Azam achieved under the slogan of ‘La Illah illallah’. We are here to refresh the spirit of patriotism,” he said.
The first caravan of Sindh would leave Sohrab Goth Friday morning while departure of other caravans to continue till the next day, he informed and added that people from all over Sindh would attend the meeting.
Haleem Adil Sheikh said that the people who plundered national exchequer had been exposed before the nation and they have joined hands against Imran Khan but all those ‘rodents’ would be caught.