Prime Minister Imran Khan hit out at the opposition again on Monday by saying that he will not be blackmailed, and no matter what strategy the opposition adopted, he would not give an NRO (National Reconciliation Ordinance) to anyone.
The prime minister said that his prediction come true when he stated on the assumption of his office that “all corrupt people in the country would ultimately get united on a single platform against him”.
“The march is taking place, not because the government of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf is failing, but in fact, it is succeeding,” he claimed, commenting on the call of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam for a countrywide protest, demanding the resignation of the government.
Such is the weak grounds for the demand of resignation as the government, on the other hand, is making strides on the economic front, even endorsed by Asian Development Bank and International Monetary Fund,” he further claimed.
The prime minister expressed confidence that the country would make headway as the PTI government had put it on right track and also mentioned expansion in tax net after traders agreed to pay fixed-rate tax.