As Pakistan marked the seventh anniversary of the Peshawar Army Public School (APS) carnage on Thursday, Prime Minister Imran Khan said the country has successfully defeated terrorism and vowed to never let down the survivors and parents of those martyred in the tragic incident.
In an interview to Al Jazeera, Imran said Pakistan was rich in resources but the Bhutto and Sharif families used them unfairly. He said his government wanted Pakistan to become a prosperous country and was fighting against the two super-rich families.
The celebrities shared the news on social media and expressed their shock and horror. However, many tweeps condemned people who are sharing heartwrenching videos from the tourist site.
In his message on 'Youm-e-Takbir,’ he said, "Today in 1998, then prime minister Nawaz Sharif rejected pressures and inducements in a bold show of leadership and made Pakistan nuclear power of the world. Now we are resolved to turn it into an economic power."
Marriyum Aurangzeb was also quoted as saying that there was no change in Pakistan's policy with regards to Israel. "Pakistan's policy on Palestine is clear and based on the statements of our founder Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah," she said.
The apex court ruled that President Dr Arif Alvi's decision to dissolve the National Assembly was "illegal" and restored Imran Khan as well as his cabinet.
Pakistan is in deep trouble politically these days as one of the most popular and honest Prime Ministers of Pakistan, Imran Khan, is left with no choice as all the opposition parties have ganged up against him.
"We are announcing we are all resigning," Shah Mahmood Qureshi, former foreign minister and vice president of Khan's party, said in a speech in the assembly ahead of the vote to elect a new prime minister.
According to people familiar with the deal, the Qatar Investment Authority is evaluating strategic investments in Islamabad and Karachi airports, as well as in the power, renewable energy and hospitality sectors in Pakistan.