The Prime Minister Imran Khan has regretted that a person sitting in London is attacking the state institutions including the judiciary and the Army. The PML (N) leader Nawaz Sharif is speaking the language of India to protect the looted amount, he said.
According to media reports, the Prime Minister has expressed these views while addressing a mammoth public gathering in Hafizabad on Saturday after laying foundation stone of development projects including a hospital and a University.
Imran Khan has emphatically stated to bring the corrupt elements to justice and recover the plundered amount from them. He said the present government’s policies are aimed at reducing poverty, uplift the poor segments of society and ensure rule of law in the country where everybody is equal before the law.
“Journey towards establishing a welfare state has been started and this country will emerge as a great nation on the world map.”
The Premier further said that the Health Insurance scheme will be extended to the fifty percent population of Punjab by the end of this year and to the whole of province by next year. He said under this scheme, the people will be able to get medical treatment of one million rupees both from the public and private hospitals.
PM Imran Khan was confident that this helped increase the network of hospitals especially in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said even the richest countries in the world do not have such a health insurance scheme.
Talking about Naya Pakistan Housing project, he said that project has also been started under which the people will be able to get loan on easy installments at the interest rate of five percent to build a five-marla house. It is the first time in the country’s history that the people will be able to own their houses, he said.
The Prime Minister also talked about election reforms. He said it will be his government that will hold the fairest and transparent elections and emerge victorious.
“The process of election reforms has been started and we will use the new technology including the electronic voting,” he added.