ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has expressed resolve to uplift living standard of people across the country.
Addressing students belonging to Balochistan in Islamabad on Friday, he said the federal government has been working with Balochistan government to improve the lot of the people in the province.
The Prime Minister said certain public welfare programmes are going to be announced in days to come. He said women empowerment is a priority of the government, and a law is going to be introduced to ensure inheritance rights of women.
He said the principles of the state of Medina such as justice, rule of law, and women rights will be enforced to make Pakistan a truly Islamic welfare state.
The Prime Minister said Pakistan will no more fight anyone’s war, nor will it be coerced by any foreign power. He said Pakistan wants peace. However, he said, no compromise will be made on national integrity.
Imran Khan said he had been emphasizing that war wass no solution to the Afghan issue, and the country, which had been making demands of do more, wass seeking Pakistan’s cooperation today for political reconciliation in Afghanistan.