If it is necessary for the repatriation of Nawaz Sharif so I will go to UK: PM Imran khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan

Prime Minister Imran Khan

Islamabad … News Time

Prime Minister Imran Khan has bluntly announced that if Nawaz Sharif had to go to the UK for repatriation, he would go and talk to the British Prime Minister Boris Johnson himself. PM Imran Khan in an interview to a private TV channel in response to a question about Nawaz Sharif’s repatriation said if Nawaz Sharif had to go to UK for his return, he would go himself. If need be, I will speak to British Prime Minister Boris Johnson myself. Whatever he did with the country, unfortunately the judiciary always sided with him. Imran Khan said that he had recommended the Lahore High Court to seek a bail bond of Rs 7 billion. The judiciary did not listen to us and let us go out on the guarantee of Shahbaz Sharif. Unfortunately, people in Pakistan come to power only to build properties. I think loyalty should be for the Manifesto, not for power. Regarding the opposition leaders, the Prime Minister said, “I know all of them from what they became.” His one point agenda is to put such pressure on Imran Khan that he will give up our lives. “We are trying to build a country that helps poor countries instead of borrowing,” Imran Khan said. Health cards were distributed to all citizens of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, he said. We are trying to provide health cards to the white supremacists of Punjab as well. For the first time in Pakistan’s history, the government is building houses for the poor and the salaried class. The government will provide a subsidy of Rs 3 lakh for each house included in the one lakh house project. Banks will be required to provide housing loans to citizens at 5% interest rate. Even if the interest rate goes up a lot, we will lend at 7% and if the interest rate goes down, we will also reduce the loan. Prime Minister Imran Khan further said that loans for houses in India are given at 10% interest rate. Similar home loans are provided in the United States and Europe.


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