Pakistan’s role in Afghan peace process remained exemplary: Ch Sarwar

Amraiz Khan

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that Under the leadership of Prime Minister Imran Khan, Pakistan played an exemplary role in the Afghan Peace Process.

The world community should also ensure unconditional support for the crisis-ridden people of Afganistan.

The previous governments of Pakistan did not strengthen the institutions but the present government is pursuing a policy of strengthening the institutions and practical steps are being taken for this.

Cases have not been decided in Pakistani courts for years, but reform in persecution and police is the greatest need of the hour, which must be given full attention. I am bound by the party policy.

The party asked me to become the Governor of Punjab, which I accepted, but I will participate in the next election, InshAllah.

The Overseas Commission is working efficiently to resolve the problems of Punjab and Overseas Pakistanis.

He was addressing a reception given by Pakistan High Commissioner Moazzam Ahmad Khan during his visit to UK and talking to the media.

Lord Nosheena Mubarak, Lord Syeda Warsi, Lord Qurban Hussain, Lord Wajid Khan, MPS Afzal Khan, Muhammad Yaseen, Anum Qaiser Javed, Rehman Chishti, PTI’s member Aneel Mussarat, Sahibzada Jhangir, Vice Chairman Overseas Punjab Commission Makhdum Tariq, Naeem Tariq, Deputy Lord Mayor Glasgow Hanif Raja, Chaudhry Aslam, Tahir Inam Sheikh, Muhammad Sultan, Mian Naveed, Mirza Amin, Ishtiaq Chaudhry, few others including Haji Siddque were present at reception.

Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that I’m glad that around 2 dozen Pakistanis are in Parliament today in British politics and are making efforts for Pakistan.

Afghanistan and other issues are in front of everyone. At present Pakistan is facing many challenges which everyone must work together to overcome.

The role Pakistan has played in the Afghan peace process is appreciated by all and there is no doubt that war is not the solution, problems can always be solved through dialogue.

Even today, we believe that leaving the Afghan government alone is not in the best interest of the world. The world must provide unconditional aid to Afghanistan.

Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that practical work is being done for the protection of minorities in Pakistan. Wherever there is any injustice with minorities, government organizations take strict notice.

The protection of life and property of minorities is ensured and in accordance with the vision of Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, religious freedom as well as provision of all facilities is being ensured to all minorities living in Pakistan.

In response to questions from journalists, Governor Punjab Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that I was working as a senator in 2018.

When Prime Minister Imran Khan and the party leadership decided to make me the governor, as a party member I accepted the decision of the party but now I have decided to participate in next general election.

The people have given a mandate to PTI Government to rule for five years and InshaAllah the PTI government will complete its constitutional duration and the general elections in the country will be held in 2023.

Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar said that Punjab government is working on police reforms, there came a delay but PTI government promises that we will bring police reform and people will get justice in police stations.

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