PM Imran refuses to take call of French president during meeting with TV anchors

PM Imran

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan Friday refused to take call of the President of France Emmanuel Macron due to his meeting with TV anchors.
According to reports, the French president telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan twice during a meeting with the senior journalists. However, the prime minister expressed his inability to take call due to the meeting and said that he would talk to him later on.
Talking to newsmen, the prime minister also justified use of helicopter by him, saying that the use of helicopter is cheaper and avoid the roads blockade which would create problems for the people.
He asked the journalists to give his government three months, saying that positive criticism would help the government to improve its performance. He said that the chief minister Punjab has also been given three months to deliver. He said that the Pakpattan DPO case was in Supreme court. He said that no minister is permanent as their performance would evaluated.
He said that he was not planning any foreign tour as he wanted to focus on the solution of national problems. He said that he would visit foreign countries, if such tours are in Pakistan’s interests.
He said that he told the NAB chairman to take action against government’s officials if found involved in corruption. He said that the GHQ’s visit was fruitful, adding that the army chief told him that the army was standing behind him. He said that the austerity drive would be further speed up
He said that the opposition was very weak, which could not pose any threat to the government.
The prime minister said that the government wanted cordial relations with US, Iran, India and Afghanistan, adding that no unjustified demand of the US would be accepted.


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