ISLAMABAD: Parliamentary Affairs Adviser Dr Babar Awan said the government welcomes the recent Cabinet-approved proposals on a law reform package to bring justice to the people quickly.
Speaking to media sources in Islamabad on Monday, he clarified that the law reform package will not be enforced by decree, but will be submitted to parliament for detailed discussion at the standing committee level. He said we are open to positive suggestions.
The adviser said legal reforms had been ignored by previous governments, but the PTI government would move forward. Judicial reform is also an immediate need, he said.
Babar Awan said it was the first time in the country’s history that the accountability process had moved forward, bringing powerful people within the purview of the law. He said the reform process in various sectors continued and efforts were being made to make these institutions effective.
Babar Awan said the economy is recovering, a fact acknowledged by some international institutions.
He said our Sehat Insaaf card is a landmark scheme under which each family can get medical bills up to Rs 1 lakh even in private hospitals.
Pakistan’s future is bright, he said. He said the government will not only complete its mandate but on the basis of fulfillment, Imran Khan will also be re-elected as the prime minister of the country.