Pakistan will continue to achieve economic growth, says PM Imran
Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Sunday that Pakistan will continue to achieve economic growth in the days to come as he termed the process gradual and one that would take time.
"The Almighty has passed us successfully from a difficult phase and now the country will continue to progress in the same way," he said.
The premier's remarks came as he addressed the citizens' calls during a live broadcast session today, on the number 0519224900.
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"No one thought that we would achieve the growth rate of nearly 4 per cent. In fact, according to several independent experts, we may even surpass this growth rate or even beyond," he maintained.
PM Imran further said that the incumbent government faced unprecedented issues and challenges.
Responding to a citizen, PM stated, "If Pakistan revives its relations with India [without the former giving Occupied Kashmir its rightful status back] it would be similar to turning our back on the Kashmiris."
"We stand with Kashmiris and we are aware about their sacrifices. We can't improve trade ties with India at the price of the Kashmiris' blood."
However, if they [India] can go back to the August 5 state [regarding Kashmir] then we can talk to them.
"On the model of Kashmir, Palestine's demography has been changed through illegal settlements."
"The resolution to the issue is a two-state solution and the ongoing movement and global awareness would result into it."
This is developing story and will be updated accordingly