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PM Imran Khan Says Everyone Will Be Held Accountable

Imran Khan,Prime Minister,Pakistani Media, Senior Journalists, Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar, DPO PakPattan, Supreme Court

Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday held a comprehensive meeting with a delegation of Senior Journalists of Pakistani Media. Throughout the meeting, PM said that as soon as the accountability begins, people will say that democracy is in danger but said across the board accountability would be carried out and no recommendations will be made in Pakistan. He also said that the country cannot progress without accountability.

The PM Imran Khan went on to say that previous rulers have spent billions of rupees from the national exchequer on their foreign visits and used bullet proof vehicles in the past, adding that he would only make a foreign visit if Pakistan is benefited.


Imran Khan also conveyed his full support for Punjab Chief Minister Sardar Usman Buzdar and said that CM Punjab is a brave man. He also requested the senior journalists for three month’s to his government and then criticizes. Clear change would be witnessed in the next three months in good governance, however, he asked the journalists to criticize as criticism help resolve issues.

He said: “I traveled to Bani Gala on helicopter to save people from inconvenience.” Regarding DPO PakPattan, Prime Minister Imran Khan while expressing satisfaction with the Supreme Court’s notice of the incident, said that the facts about the transfer would be revealed in the Supreme Court (SC). The Prime Minister Imran Khan also turned down French president’s call twice during the meeting.

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