Pakistan Strategy Day brings laurels for PM Imran Khan


Dr Saeed Ahmad


Renowned Japanese philosopher, author, an advocate of nuclear disarmament Daisaku Ikeda said, actions they took were based on their own decisions and choices, because individuals, link directly to magnificent challenge of transforming human history.
Similarly Thomas Carlyle, a noted British historian, and philosopher writes in his book ‘On Heroes, Hero-Worship, and The Heroic in History,’ said history is the biography of the great men: and a great man always move like a thunder, who storms the skies, while others are waiting to be stormed. During the on-going global impact on the economy amid COVID-19, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) has firmly exhibited a role of mother with responsibility, for the well being of the needy and destitute strata of the country, which is being acknowledged globally.
The World Economic Forum (WEF), in recognition of Pakistan’s ‘successful policies against Covid-19’ had recently announced to mark November 25 as ‘Pakistan Strategy Day’, with Prime Minister Imran Khan chief guest at the event. WEF while acknowledging Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Covid-19 policies organised the event on Wednesday, November 25.
The premier participated as chief guest in the interactive-dialogue with the WEF President, Børge Brende and Chief Executive Officers, chairpersons of the leading global corporations and WEF partner companies. While addressing the Country Strategy Dialogue (CSD) on Pakistan, Prime Minister Imran Khan said Pakistan, like other parts of the world hit by the second wave of
COVID-19, was not going for a complete lockdown but would only shut the non-essential sectors like public gatherings etc. The Prime Minister delivered his address on various subjects, including how the country tackled the first wave of COVID-19: through effective measures and saved the people from economic effects, the strategy for second wave of novel coronavirus, policies of government for economic revival, and economic opportunities being generated by the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Prime Minister Imran Khan and his incumbent PTI government had played an unprecedented role in culminating the first wave of COVID-19, while supporting the poor people through various packages and coordinated relief strategies, Punjab government spokesperson Musarrat Jamshed Cheema told media.