Technocrat govt can’t resolve Pakistan’s issues: PM Abbasi

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A technocrat or undemocratic government cannot resolve the issues faced by Pakistan, Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi has said.

“The masses are cognisant of the incumbent government’s performance and they will make their decision [by casting their votes] in the 2018 general elections,” the premier said after inaugurating an oil and gas project in Attock on Friday.

“We need to strengthen democracy because the journey on the path to development cannot continue without stable democracy.”

Abbasi, who took over the PM’s office after disqualification of Nawaz Sharif from office in August, claimed PML-N’s performance during the last four years was better than the work done [by the former governments] in the last 15 years.

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“Initiation of 103 oil and gas projects during the aforementioned period is a sign of better future for the country,” Abbasi said. The project in Attock, other than oil and gas, he added, will offer 50 tonnes of liquid petroleum gas (LPG).

The PM claimed that every sector was being provided with the facility of gas. “The government has added more than 10,000MW of electricity to the national power grid during its tenure,” he added.

The post Technocrat govt can’t resolve Pakistan’s issues: PM Abbasi appeared first on The Express Tribune.

Source: Tribune News | Technocrat govt can’t resolve Pakistan’s issues: PM Abbasi

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