It Is ‘Very Easy’ To Govern Pakistan: PM Imran Khan
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Wednesday said that it was ‘very easy’ to govern Pakistan.
According to Geo TV, PM Khan said this while responding to a question of a journalist who asked whether sitting in opposition or governing the country was an easier job.
“It is very easy to govern,” Prime Minister Khan said following the meeting of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Parliamentary party.
According to Geo’s sources, PTI lawmakers expressed their grievances to PM Khan on the inclusion of non-elected individuals to the Federal Cabinet.
The party lawmakers raised concerns that such decisions would give the opposition a chance to attack the PTI government.
PM Khan also briefed the lawmakers about the new Local Government system. The prime minister presented the course of action in the parliamentary party meeting. The PM had invited allies party leaders also in the meeting.
The premier also took the parliamentary party into confidence over new Local Bodies System in Punjab. “New LG system to bring prosperity in the country and will ensure devolution of the powers.”
Journalist Murtaza Solangi Tweeted: “Imran Khan says it is easier to rule than staying in opposition. Sure. When the economy is outsourced to IMF, governance to Baboos, foreign and internal policy to you know who and your job is confined to entertain the world with your gaffes, it is easier to rule. He is so right.”
Imran Khan says it is easier to rule than staying in opposition. Sure. When economy is outsourced to IMF, governance to Baboos, foreign and internal policy to U Know Who and your job is confined to entertain the world with your gaffes, it is easier to rule. He is so right.
— Murtaza Solangi (@murtazasolangi) May 8, 2019
Advisor to the Prime Minister on Finance Hafeez Sheikh also briefed the dignitaries regarding the ongoing talks with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
A strategy was also devised to tackle growing criticism of the party’s policies and inflation.