Amid the cacophony of a divisive election campaign, India on Saturday somberly marked the 100th anniversary of the most abominable crime of the British colonial regime, recorded in history as the Jallianwala Bagh massacre.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan always supports a peaceful solution for any conflict in the world (“ US envoy appreciates Imran’s statement on Afghan peace,” April 27, Gulf Today).
Pakistan unsurprisingly occupies a predominant place on our foreign policy turf for the reason that our approach to this hostile neighbour is impacted not only by India’s strategic partnership with the US but also by the state of our bilateral relations with Russia and China and the consistent stand India had taken against terror in spite of the uncertainties that had lately cropped up around the ‘war on terror’.
It is a new Pakistan where rule of law will be equal for rich and poor people (“Zardari’s sister Faryal Talpur arrested in money laundering case,” July 15, Gulf Today). In Pakistan there should be zero tolerance for the people who do corruption and make poor people’s lives miserable. Prime Minister of Pakistan
As an ardent cricket lover I am dismayed with the ongoing World Cup. The assumption that the new round-robin format which has teams playing at least nine matches each would have fans glued to their TV sets, is not holding ground (“Warner makes hay to hit WC top score as Tigers fall short,” June 21, Gulf Today).
It is a different Pakistan under the premiership of Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan (“Voluntary cut in defence budget will not impact response to threats: Pakistan Army Chief,” June 7, Gulf Today). The people of Pakistan salute their Pak Army, which is among the best armies in the world, for its decision on the defence budget.
There is no doubt that the UAE has considerably enhanced its humanitarian drives the world over. Its campaign to end polio in Pakistan is particularly remarkable, as new statistics show. Over 407 million drops of polio vaccine have been delivered to more than 71 million Pakistani children as part of the Emirates Polio Campaign implemented in Pakistan since 2014 till the end of April 2019, the UAE-Pakistan Assistance Programme (UAEPAP) has announced.
The corrupt elite of Pakistan is mainly responsible for the country’s huge economic woes (“Pak army chief points to ‘fiscal mismanagement’ for problems,” June 29, Gulf Today). There should be capital punishment in Pakistan for those who are involved in financial corruption because corruption has not only
Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan’s congratulatory message via Twitter to his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on his party victory, offering to work together towards peace and prosperity of the region, and second time elected Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s positive re-tweet is highly laudable.
People of Pakistan are fortunate that they finally have Imran Khan as their leader who can run the country with honesty and dignity (“Imran inaugurates ‘Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme’” May 5, Gulf Today). Where there’s a will, there’s a way. There is a history of a man whose name is Imran Khan