PM has given clear message of ‘no deal’ to the corrupt: Minister


City Reporter

Provincial Minister for Information & Culture Mian Aslam Iqbal has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has given a clear message of ‘No deal’ to the corrupt and political rumour-mongers have been disappointed again.
He said the premier had waged jehad against corruption and the corrupt system for years and he could not even think of entering into any deal with the corrupt. In fact, Imran Khan had made the accountability process free from political interference.
While talking to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf workers at his office, the minister said that everyone was well aware about corruption of PML-N and PPP.
He asserted that looters would not be let off through agitation and lockdown and added that both Nawaz and Zardari would have to return the looted money.
Mian Aslam Iqbal said that the government was facing a difficult situation at internal and external fronts because it had inherited a fragile economy. However, national economy was being improved due to solid economic policies of the PTI government. The journey of development and prosperity was going on now in the right direction, he added.
A new Pakistan was being formed despite the negative propaganda of the opponents. Justice will be accessible to everyone and equal opportunities will be available to the people to excel in life in new Pakistan.
The country was moving forward while facing difficulties and problems, but all problems are temporary and would be removed soon, he said.

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