PM Imran Khan expected to address the nation today: sources
Web Desk On Nov 11, 2018
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan is expected to address the nation today, ARY News reported.
According to sources, PM Khan will take the nation into confidence regarding important initiatives of the government against corruption. The time of the address hasn’t yet been decided.
Mr. Khan has also met the officials of recently-formed Assets Recovery Unit and he may also share some details about it in the address.
After taking reins of the country, Prime Minister Imran Khan has addressed the nation more than couple of times over issues of national importance.
In his first address as the premier on August 19, Imran Khan had laid down plan to run the affairs of the new government and transform the country into an Islamic welfare state.
In his wide-ranging speech, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chief had announced a number of measures aimed at austerity, getting rid of loans, domestic resource mobilization and reforms in education, health and agriculture sectors.
Expressing remorse over lavish lifestyle of former rulers, he suggested that we should adopt austerity and cut heavy expenditures. He also deliberated on how Pakistan got stuck under huge foreign debt.
Vowing to make Pakistan an Islamic welfare state through all-encompassing reforms in different spheres of life, the newly-elected prime minister requested masses to bring change in their personal lives.
PM Imran Khan’s address to the nation postponed
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan’s address to the nation has been postponed for unexplained reasons.
According to earlier report, state-run Pakistan Television (PTV) was scheduled to broadcast a recorded speech of the prime minister tonight.
Although the prime minister’s spokesman or any state functionry have not made any announcement regarding the his address, Imran Khan was expected to touch upon the ongoing drive against corruption in the country.
On Saturday, he talked about giving an important message to the nation about corruption.