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Imran said the Taliban had people among their leadership who had given a lot of sacrifices in blood. These people, he said, would now want to be a part of the government.
"The system of the state of Madinah was based on justice and merit, even a general was promoted to the higher rank on the basis of performance. We can rise as a nation by following the guiding principles of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).”
“Around nine million overseas Pakistanis are the country’s asset,” the premier said at a ceremony held to launch the "Sohni Dharti Remittance Programme (SDRP)" – a move aimed at encouraging the use of formal channels.
Prime Minister Imran Khan also directed to establish special sections and desks in 34 sub-departments of 13 ministries for the facilitation of overseas Pakistanis.
Prime Minister Imran Khan had in September launched a cadastral map of Islamabad to curb land record tampering, ensure monitoring of construction through imagery and provide information about land ownership.
The problem was the elite capture of resources which deprived the majority of proper healthcare, education and justice. Lack of rule of law is the reason why Pakistan had not achieved its potential,” Imran said in an exclusive online conversation with Shaykh Hamza Yusuf.
Bajwa, who is due to retire on Nov.29, also said that the military had decided in February last year to quit any role in Pakistani politics, though analysts remain sceptical that it will do so. "I want to assure you that we're strictly binding on it, and will also abide by it in future," he said.
"If we do not head towards elections there won't be stability in the country," he warned, adding that the coalition government is not ready to talk about snap polls because they are scared of the results.