Won’t need to import oil on reserves discovery

Top EU official lauds PM Khan’s handling of Pak-India situation

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Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said that Asia’s largest oil and gas reserves may soon be found in Arabian Sea near Karachi. PM Imran Khan said that there had been positive indicators in the exploration process and added that they would give a good news to the nation within three weeks. PM Imran asked the nation to pray for the success of the exploration efforts. He said that the expected oil and gas reserves could change the fortune of the country.

Prime Minister Imran Pakistan will not need to import oil after reserves are found near Karachi’s seas. Speaking to journalists in Islamabad, the premier said, we are hopeful of finding large reserves of gas and oil in the sea near Karachi. The nation should pray for this and I will soon share good news regarding this. God willing the reserves will be so large that we will not need to import any oil.

Taking a hit at the opposition, the prime minister said, if the opposition wants to create a hue and cry, we are ready to provide them with containers to protest at D-Chowk. The opposition is joining hands to hide personal theft. No blackmailing will work and nor will anyone be given the National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), the premier reiterated. I presented a 40-year-old money trail in court, he said while adding that opposition leaders make faces when he enters the Parliament.

A minute in Parliament costs the country Rs80,000 and all the opposition does on the floor is cry, he stated. “he opposition is not thinking about the nation at all. Other than talking about hiding corruption, opposition leaders do not raise any other issues on the floor of the House. In the past, Pakistan People’s Party laundered billions of dollars through fake bank accounts. PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari is crying foul because he fears the National Accountability Bureau (NAB), he added.

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