LAHORE: Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has said that the people have given PTI the mandate for five years, but the political opponents are not ready to tolerate transparency in any matter. Prime Minister Imran Khan has never been intimidated. Those who are conspiring to destabilise the country are the enemies of the country’s progress and prosperity. He said that the government is taking practical steps to facilitate the business community, adding that the government is also bringing transparency to the existing tax system. He was talking to the renowned businessman Talat Mehmood and other visiting delegations at Governor House, today.
Governor Punjab said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has never been intimidated, in fact, he always rises to the challenge. The PTI government’s mission is the development and stability of the country for which all resources are being utilized and the world is also acknowledging the economic development of Pakistan. He said that unfortunately, the political opponents of the government are trying to create instability in Pakistan, adding that those who want to destabilize the country are enemies of the country’s development and prosperity. He further said that we have thwarted such elements earlier and will not allow them to succeed in future as well. Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan will continue to move forward successfully and as per the five-year mandate, completing its terms is the democratic and constitutional right of the government.
Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that ever since the PTI government came to power, there was talk of bankruptcy adding that despite the failed economic policies and loan of billion dollars of the previous governments, the PTI government has saved Pakistan from bankruptcy through prudent economic policies. He maintained that due to the successful economic policies of the government, today, Pakistan’s industrial sector is booming, new employment opportunities are being created and foreign investment is also increasing, he added.