Imran Khan slammed Pakistan Muslim League and Pakistan Peoples Party saying these were not parties but dynasties "responsible for corruption and the current problems faced by the country."
Imran Khan reaffirmed his government's commitment to uphold children's rights and ensure a better future for every child in Pakistan.
Pakistan's Leader of the Opposition and PML-N President Shehbaz Sharif has described the electronic voting machines as evil and vicious.
Earlier in May, 88 kanals and four marlas of land belonging to Nawaz Sharif was auctioned at Sheikhupura's Municipal Hall.
The TLP, established in 2015, started its protest to force the government to free Rizvi and expel the French ambassador as a protest against publishing blasphemous cartoons in France last year.
The decision came after Pakistan PM Imran Khan held a discussion with the National Security Committee to discuss several security issues in view of the ongoing situation in Afghanistan.
Recalling his campaign for debt relief, Khan advocated for debt relief until the end of the pandemic, according to a statement.
Prime Minister Khan welcomed the Pandora Papers exposing the ill-gotten wealth of elites, accumulated through tax evasion and corruption and laundered out to financial ‘havens’.
The TTP, commonly known as Pakistani Taliban, is a banned militant group based along the Afghan-Pakistan border.
Int'l community cannot 'exonerate' itself from responsibilities towards Afghanistan: Pakistan PM Imran Khan
Khan, however, warned that if rivalry persists with Afghanistan and between global and regional powers, it could lead to more suffering and conflict in Afghanistan.
The two Prime Ministers are said to have agreed for the UK and Pakistani governments to keep in “close contact” in the coming days on the evolving situation in the region since the Taliban takeover.
According to local media, the federal cabinet will meet and discuss ways to garner revenue from the PM House building.
The Pakistan government has already declared Dilip Kumar's native house in Peshawar as a national heritage and completed all formalities to convert it into a museum in his name.
Prime Minister Imran Khan said his government was taking steps to address the challenges of climate change to ensure a better and secure future for the coming generations.
Addressing the envoys virtually on Wednesday, Khan showed anger at what he called 'shocking callousness' of Pakistani diplomats abroad towards fellow Pakistanis.