Pakistani justice system can’t catch the big fish (PM)
BAGH – Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Saturday that countries with a rule of law for all their citizens, rich and poor, have made progress and are prospering as countries with two separate sets of rules are doomed.
Addressing a huge public gathering here, the prime minister said no nation on earth could aspire to stand up unless there is a uniform set of laws for all people. “These nations were destroyed which did not respect the rule of law or which had different rules for the rich and the poor,” he said, regretting that in Pakistan the judicial system was unable catch the big fish.
Amid thunderous applause and slogans from the huge rally, the Prime Minister spoke of the establishment of the State of Medina by the Holy Prophet (peace_be_upon_him), in which no one was seen above the law.
Apparently referring to Nawaz Sharif and Asif Zardari, the prime minister said the rulers who owned their properties, looted wealth and business abroad could not champion the country’s cause.
He said he would live and die for Pakistan because he had no interest outside the country, which is why he replied in the United States “absolutely not”. The Prime Minister in an HBO interview with Axios last month had categorically stated that Pakistan would “absolutely” not allow any base or use of its territory in the United States for any kind of action inside from Afghanistan.
On the other hand, the other leaders would have authorized the attacks of drones inside the country, he added.
The prime minister, linking his party’s struggle for the future of the country, the younger generations and the rule of law, said the people of Kashmir “will never accept liars, cowardice and corruption as leaders.”
The prime minister said big looters had gathered in the country because they wanted only one thing: NRO. “They want me to forgive them for their corruption and want a set of laws for the rich and others for the poor,” he added. The prime minister said that in countries with a uniform rule of law, it was never thought that a looter would ask for forgiveness.
Sarcastically, the prime minister (in veiled reference to Nawaz Sharif) said the Supreme Court had found him guilty, that a court had found him guilty and sentenced him, but the former prime minister produced a false medical documents to flee the country. “No such game has ever been played in Bollywood,” he added. The prime minister felt that a country with a begging bowl could not stand up.
“State of Medina”
He said that under Pakistan’s Tahreek-e-Insaf government, the country would be able to expand its financial support to poor countries. The prime minister said that in the state of Medina, the Holy Prophet (PBUH) made it clear that previous nations had been destroyed because they had no respect for the rule of law.
“Our Holy Prophet (pbuh) also instilled a spirit of self-respect and ego in the oppressed people who then rose to prominence in the world,” he said, adding that they did not not been influenced by the two powerful Roman and Persian empires.
He said nations were formed on the basis of their ideologies. The people of a country reached new heights when they preferred their collective ideology to individual interests.
The Prime Minister said that the founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had fought for forty years of his life for these principles and had strongly pronounced an ideology, which became the basis of the nation. These were the principles dreamed of by Allama Muhammad Iqbal.
He said that for the first time in the history of the world, Riasat-e-Madina took responsibility for the weakest segments of society, including the poor, widows and orphans. The prime minister said his government was also taking similar steps towards achieving a welfare state.
He said Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s government had given health cards to all of its citizens while Punjab province would extend this facility to all residents by the end of this year. By the end of this year, health insurance will be granted to all residents of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, he added.
As part of such a facility, each family would benefit from free medical treatment worth one million rupees, he added. For the first time in the country’s history, the prime minister said, they are making it easier for banks to provide loans, so poor and low-income groups can buy their own homes through down payments. easy.
The Prime Minister also informed that by the end of the year, they will launch a new program, “Kamyab Pakistan”, under which poor families will get interest-free loans to start their small businesses.
Each member of a family would benefit from such a facility, moreover, technical education would be provided to them, in particular to women who could earn a living by sitting at home thanks to the use of the latest technology.
The prime minister said his government emulated the Riasat-e-Madina model in which the poor were brought up, a model also followed by China.
The Prime Minister, while listing the measures taken for the welfare state, referred to the creation of Panahgah, where accommodation and food were provided free of charge to workers and daily wage earners, so that they could save their daily income. and send them back to Their families.
The Prime Minister hailed the courageous struggle of the Kashmiri people against relentless Indian brutality and oppression in illegally occupied Indian Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK).
He said the residents of the IIOJK face inhuman cruelties while offering unprecedented sacrifices for their legitimate rights, like that of Burhan Wani. “The whole world is witnessing your great sacrifices and your spirit and praying for you,” he said.
The Prime Minister said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, through illegal and unilateral measures of August 5, never thought that the spirit of the Kashmiri people could get bogged down.
The RSS-BJP ideology, he said, poses a real threat to India itself. The ruling junta has not recognized all minorities living in India as their citizens. The Prime Minister assured that he would continue to make his voice heard for their rights in all world forums.
He said that Pakistan and Kashmir were linked to each other by this ideology which was the basis for the creation of Pakistan.
On this occasion, Foreign Minister and PTI Vice President Shah Mahmood Qureshi said Prime Minister Imran Khan had raised the issue of the IIOJK vehemently in all world forums. Citing empty claims from political opponents, he reiterated that there would be no compromise on the Kashmir issue.
Qureshi said that all Kashmiris now look to one figure, Imran Khan, who will guarantee their legitimate rights, he added. The PTI vice president also said he was surprised that the PML-N had the government and authority in the AJK, but they had fears due to their corruption and poor performance. The PPP now belonged to Zardari and Bhutto’s ideology had been buried, he added.
Qureshi said no one could create obstacles to the change that would manifest in Kashmir on July 25. Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed said when Prime Minister Imran Khan spoke at the UN, the world listened to him as Kashmir’s Ambassador.
About the political opponents, he said that now those people who had formed friendships with Modi have come to Kashmir and demanded votes. He said Imran Khan was the only silver lining for the people of Kashmir. Kashmiri Affairs Minister Ali Amin Gandapur, PTI candidates Mir Akhtar Khan and Sardar Tanveer Ilyas Khan also addressed the assembly. The Prime Minister also welcomed the former president of the AJK Assembly Sayaab Khalid for his membership of the PTI.