LAHORE, Jan 07 (APP):Deputy Speaker of National Assembly Qasim Khan Suri Monday said, Prime Minister Imran Khan
and his team were united to eliminate corruption from the country.
Talking to the media during his visit to the mausoleum of Poet of the East Allama Muhammad Iqbal, he said the government was determined to steer the country out of financial crisis.
He said the nation had been needed of a leader like Imran
Khan who was brave enough to deal with crises, adding that
there was great impact of Allama Iqbal on the thoughts of the prime minister.
He said that whenever the prime minister talked about
making Pakistan a welfare state, he cited the dream of Iqbal.
“We have to follow the thinking of Allama Iqbal, if we want
prosperity of the nation, ” he added.
Qasim Suri said that whoever did crime, would have to
face punishment, adding that many of the current cases of
corruption had been filed during the previous era.
“Courts are free and no one is above the law, whether
he is from government side or from opposition side,” he added.
He said that several big names of politics were replaced by
the young politicians.
Earlier, the deputy speaker prayed for the great poet
and prosperity of the country.