Opposition can do as they please, won’t get NRO: PM Khan

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday declared not to issue a National Reconciliation Ordinance (NRO), even if the opposition calls an All Parties Conference (APC) or starts a campaign against the government.


Speaking in a meeting with the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) parliamentarians, the Premier said, “No has contacted me directly for an NRO. Everyone knows that I will not makes any compromises when it comes to corruption cases.”

The prime minister said the opposition can protest all they want but it does not matter to him. “We have to answer for our performance and members of parliament have a duty to inform the public about those responsible for the economic crisis,” the prime minister was qouted as saying by sources.

PM added, “we have a direction and are coming out of a crisis. Members of Parliament will also start a campaign to make the public aware about paying their taxes.”

The premier also instructed that all members should ensure their presence in the House as getting the budget passed was a legal requirement.

PM mentioned that the development budget for Balochistan and tribal areas have been increased.


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