PM’s clear stance raises country’s dignity: Aleem

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Staff Reporter

Punjab Senior and Food Minister Abdul Aleem Khan has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed his clear views on national issues and presented the correct solution which once again gave a realistic and unequivocal stand which is also being appreciated at every forum.

In his tweet on Prime Minister Imran Khan’s interview to an American TV channel, Abdul Aleem Khan said that Pakistan is a peace-loving country, which is well aware of its national and international responsibilities.

He said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has always been of the view that we should not take part in any war of other country.

Similarly, the opinion the PM always expressed about Afghanistan is now being acknowledged by the world today.

Abdul Aleem Khan further said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has highlighted all issues including Kashmir with India in the last three years which has given a new and positive identity to Pakistan at international form.

The senior minister said that Prime Minister Imran Khan’s talk has once again proved that the present Government is better equipped to protect national sovereignty.

Undoubtedly, he has raised the head of the entire nation with pride by taking a blunt and realistic stance and that is why his speech has become an adornment of the international media now a days, he added.

Abdul Aleem Khan said that in the neighboring countries only peace and stability can guarantee the development and prosperity of the region and Imran Khan wants conditions in India and Afghanistan that can end the existing tensions.

Abdul Aleem Khan said that this interview given to an American TV channel was reminiscent of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at the United Nations which is a good a omen for the country and the nation in every way.

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