Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif will unveil his strategic plan, developed at PML-N meetings with party supremo Nawaz Sharif in London, on his return to the country from the United Arab Emirates, Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Saturday.
The prime minister, along with a host of PML-N leaders, visited London recently to meet with his brother Nakaz. In a conversation, a group leader who was holding a meeting at the Nakaz-Shehbaz summit in British capital had told. It was morning that the two leaders discussed a wide range of issues from the economic crisis, the 2022-23 budget, finalizing the government or the first election, the return of Nakaz to Pakistan, the handling of a long PTI trip to Islamabad, the arrest of PTI Chairman Imran Khan. and relations with the military institution.
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Speaking at a press conference in Islamabad, Aurangzeb, who was one of the leaders of the PML-N who spoke to Nakaz, said: “We need to make decisions. [in the meetings] with collective wisdom then there was a long consultation and strategic plan [devised] will be presented by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif in his state of the nation address. ”
He said the prime minister should visit the UAE with a brief announcement to offer condolences on the death of former Emirati president Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Al Nahyan. “Soon he will tell the nation about all the plans and advertisements,” the information minister said.
Aurangzeb said the prime minister would consult with political parties on the plan and all decisions before making his speech.
He downplayed the nature of London’s visit, emphasizing that it was a “private PML-N visit” that existed since before PM Shehbaz took office.
He said there was “a long time [and] detailed “sessions held on how to reduce the burden of government PTI decisions on people.
Asked about the possibility of early elections, he said the current plan was a coalition government and therefore the decision was up to all political parties to decide. “At the moment, we are working on a plan to reduce inflation and restore confidence in the economy,” he said, adding that he hoped the government would complete its constitutional term.
Aurangzeb said incidents surrounding a vote of no confidence were also discussed at London’s party meetings, adding that the decision was made to “deal with anything that violates the law or the Constitution”.
Asked about Imran’s recent statements about “neutrality” and how they did not choose to prevent “external conspiracy” against him, the information minister said the right to freedom of expression did not include anti-institutional or hate speech and anyone who did so would say so. conducted illegally.
“When you attack government institutions there will be legal action against you and this is the responsibility of the government which knows how to do it,” he said.