(Islamabad News): Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday voiced his resolve to not cave to pressure Maulana Fazlur Rehman who plans to mount up the Azadi March on Islamabad later this month. Imran Khan said the Pakistan Army stands and it supports the government schedule. He explained the connections are based on both enjoy this confidence on each other. He said the nation is going to be brought from problems with efforts that were joint. He said the nation will never be left by him and the nation will be brought by him.
The minister sees a conspiracy behind the JUI-F leader’s protest that is driven with a specific agenda. When requested has he got any evidence of schedule, he said there’s not any evidence, however, the timing of this march and scenario imply that there’s Indian hand behind that. The minister was that the JUI-F’s strategy has sent a wave of pleasure in India. The highest confessed that inflation and inflation remain a problem which his administration is hoping to solve.
When his attention was drawn which the PTI had staged a sit-in, Imran Khan stated his dharna wasn’t staged for the anything. He said that he had evidence of election in four constituencies when he’d staged the sit-in in the D-Chowk. Asked about media limitations on Maulana Fazlur Rehman, he stated there was no ban on broadcasting the JUI-F leader’s interviews or press conferences.
The premier said that his lifestyle and authorities would become simpler if he gave NRO to resistance leaders. Imran said he’s led Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Qamar Javed Bajwa to be ready against any misadventure by India. He said India would replicate a Pulwama-like episode to divert the world’s attention from Indian atrocities in IOK. He said the government has asked that the military leader to prepare the troops to retaliate in the event of any misadventure in the Indian side. He explained the COAS and his consent and businessmen satisfied.
The authorities allowed the Azadi March using its firm belief in upholding ideals in case it occurs within the ambit of this law and Constitution. A brief statement issued from the Prime Minister Office explained that it had been determined that the authorities would enable the projected Azadi March if it occurs within the ambit of this law and the Constitution as interpreted from the conclusions of the Supreme Court of Pakistan and Islamabad High Court (IHC). The conclusion was made following a group, enabled to discussions with the resistance, introduced its recommendations to Prime Minister Imran Khan.
The group was led by Minister of Defence Pervaiz Khattak. A government spokesperson said the decision was made since the prime minister thought from the democratic right to protest and also the protesters will be permitted to execute the march provided that the regular life of citizens wasn’t changed, as summarized by previous judgements of the Supreme Court and the IHC. Besides alerting the authorities while the authorities gave nod hundreds of containers have reached the streets and the funding, resulting in it. Of the preparations needed to deal with almost any situation have been created.
The JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman had declared in June that his party had decided to hold an anti-government march to Islamabad to force the prime minister to bow out, dubbing the general elections of the year as rigged. The Maulana had fixed October 27 as the date for its long run but afterwards deferred it until October 31, stating they’d rather organise rallies on October 27 to express solidarity with the people of Kashmir, who’d be celebrating a black day throughout the world from Indian atrocities in Occupied Kashmir on this day.
Meanwhile, the prime minister when chairing a meeting to assess progress on establishment of special economic zones (SEZs) led to make sure that no effort had been spared to make sure the colonisation of SEZs on war footing, addressing concerns pertaining to property availability, creation of wealth and jobs which in turn could assist in turning the wheels of the market. The government had brought about improvements in the ease of conducting business thoughts. The meeting was indicative of their attempts in the legislative acts concerning the treatment for all overseas and local investors to make sure dividends in addition to 100 per cent foreign ownership and repatriation of gain. The legislative framework has been devised to promote local products that could assess unemployment, current account deficit and ease transfer of technologies, import-substitution, and exports.
The meeting was briefed about the supply of utilities, revision at the present acts for incentivisation, facilitation of local and foreign investors and coordination between the centre and the units for an implementation strategy. It was advised that capital to the tune of Rs2.8 billion will be given for the provision of power to Bin Qasim, Dhabeji, Rashakai and Hattar SEZs throughout the fiscal year 2019-20 while four PC-I have been filed for facilitation in provision of power.
Moreover, additional agreements have been made for the supply of 110mmcfd Gas in the price of 3.75 billion to distinct SEZs from complete 689mmcfd requirement until 2023. Visa and work visa on arrival facility for 67 nations has been extended, the meeting was informed.