Opposition wants abolishment of NAB: PM Imran

Opposition wants abolishment of NAB: PM Imran

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Hafizabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that the opposition parties only want to abolish the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) in order to keep their thefts hidden.

PM Imran, while addressing a public meeting, said that in the past the anti-graft watchdog was under influence of previous governments but now it is fully independent. No matter how many rallies Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) holds, I will not spare them until they return the looted money, he stressed.

PM Imran also announced that by 2021 every resident of Punjab will get health card, which will be beneficial for weaker segments of society as the card offers free treatment of up to one million rupees. It is duty of government to fulfil the needs of the masses, he said.

He further said that for the first time in Pakistan, government established shelter homes and also launched Naya Pakistan Housing Scheme so poor people can construct their own home with loans from banks at only 5 percent interest.

He also vowed to introduce a unified education system in the country.

Prime Minister Imran Khan also laid the foundation for the development projects of Hafizabad University and Hafizabad Regional Headquarters Hospital.

The Chief Minister of Punjab, Usman Buzdar, also addressed the rally. He said that according to the PTI declaration, providing education and medical facilities is our top priority.

Earlier, the special assistant to Chief Minister Punjab Firdous Ashiq Awan said that under the leadership of the PTI government, underdeveloped areas are developing. Today, modern hospitals worth billions of rupees And the cornerstone of the university will be laid in Hafizabad.

The special assistant said that the important Punjab city of Hafizabad has been underdeveloped for decades. But today, at the largest rally in the history of Hafizabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan will present a university with 118 universities worth 4.5 billion rupees and a DHQ hospital with 400 beds (value 2 billion rupees) to lay the foundation.

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