SACM Punjab Hassan Khawar Meets CPNE Officials

KARACHI,(Parliament Times): Special Assistant Chief Minister Punjab Hassan Khawar has said that free media is the beauty of democracy but freedom is bound by limits. The media should play its role keeping this in mind. He said that the government appreciates the role of the media in bringing about reforms in society. He said that the present government was facing most of the challenges but the government was pursuing a policy of consistency.

Hassan Khawar said that most of the developing countries were affected by the Corona which affected the whole world but Pakistan got the people out of difficult situations very quickly due to effective planning and put the economy on the path of recovery. The measure of the growth of the world’s economy is the rate of GDP. But unfortunately, Pakistan’s economic policies have been misrepresented and the opposition in particular has tried to mislead the nation by resorting to inaccurate data.

He said that Usman Buzdar was the first Chief Minister to take Punjab on the path of development without any photo shoot. Hassan Khawar further said that the opposition wants to politicize conspiracies and not perform. Like the Nawaz League, the cowardly government has emphasized on the development of the whole Punjab and not just specific areas. Hassan Khawar further said that development works in Punjab are being completed with speed but the speed of development of Punjab is higher than all other provinces.

Talking to the media, he said that like Nawaz Sharif, his doctors are also unable to tell the truth. Nawaz Sharif’s medical reports are full of lies. Every child knows the reality of Nawaz Sharif’s illness. On the other hand, Shahbaz Sharif also does not want to bring back Nawaz Sharif to save his status and game.

Replying to a question, Hassan Khawar said that there could not be two different laws for the people and the elites. The government would bring back Nawaz Sharif and he would be treated according to the law.

He expressed these views while addressing the “Meet the Editors” program at the office of the Council of Pakistan Newspaper Editors (CPNE) in Karachi and later talking to the media.

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