Pakistan facing dual challenges: Aleem

Staff Reporter

Punjab Senior Minister for Food Abdul Aleem Khan on Saturday said that the incumbent government and Pakistan Army are facing dual challenges in the prevailing situation.

“The entire nation pays homage to the ‘Jawans’ who are constantly sacrificing their lives to protect our borders.”

In a tweet on Saturday, the Senior Minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has adopted a realistic policy on the Afghan issue from day one and over the time his instance has proved to be 100% correct in this regard.

Abdul Aleem Khan said that Pakistan has been facing special challenges for the last four decades due to Afghanistan and the internal situation of Pakistan including Afghan refugees has also been under threat.

He said that Pakistan has once again gained special importance in the global context and the present Government under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan will take the right step in future as well Insha Allah.

The Senior Minister strongly condemned the attack on a Pakistan Army post across the border from Afghanistan and paid rich tribute to Hawaldar Gul Amir who was martyred in this tragic incident and extended his heartfelt condolences to his family.

He also prayed for the speedy recovery of the soldiers injured in the attack and said that we all are proud of them.

Meanwhile, Dean Institute of Public Health, Prof Dr Zarfishan Tahir has said that tree plantations at massive level can overcome the environmental and air- pollutions which are serious threats for human health, causing adverse impact on human life.

Leading an awareness walk on Saturday, she said that tree plantation campaign has been launched in the Institute of Public Health (IPH) according to the vision of Prime Minister Imran Khan and the Chief Minister Usman Buzdar to make the environment green and pollution free.

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