ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday warned that the government may be forced to impose a “complete lockdown” across Pakistan as cases of corona virus continue to grow at the same rate, holding meetings and the consequences. I blame the opposition for endangering people’s lives.
On Twitter, the prime minister accused the PDM of “deliberately endangering lives and livelihoods” by holding rallies across the country with the growing number of corona virus cases in Pakistan.
“If [coronavirus] As the rate at which we see things increase, we will be forced to go into a complete lockdown and the PDM will be responsible for that. [the] He tweeted.
Reiterating his repeated stance, the Prime Minister told the opposition parties that even if they had “one million frauds”, they would not give them NROs.
“Opposition is wreaking havoc on people’s lives and economy in desperation to get NRO. Let me make it clear that they can hold one million rallies but they will not get any NRO,” he tweeted.
However, the prime minister said he did not want to take the lockdown as it would hurt the economy and create problems for the people. He slammed the opposition, saying “the only purpose of the NRO is at any cost to the people and the economy of the country”.
“I do not want to act like a lock that will harm our economy, which is showing signs of a strong recovery at the moment. Unfortunately, the only purpose of the opposition is the NRO, which is the people’s lives and the country’s economy. Whatever the price, “he tweeted.
PDM, KP government face to face at Peshawar meeting
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government had a few days ago refused to allow the PDM to hold a public meeting in Peshawar today.
Officials said the district administration and the Capital City Police had considered the matter under section 14 of the KP Civil Administration Act 2020. Government officials conducted a field assessment and met with meeting organizers.
However, the KP government, citing a notification issued on November 2, said that large public gatherings were banned due to the growing corona virus growth rate in the community, the deputy commissioner said, adding that “after considering all aspects” “Denied permission to hold meetings, and protected human lives because of possible capabilities. Spread of COVID-19 “.
However, the PDM said it would continue its rally in Peshawar, with Maulana Fazlur Rehman, head of the JUI-F and president of the PDM, saying the government was a “corona virus”.