No submission to 'unlawful protests' of PIA workers, says PM Nawaz

12:07 PM | 5 Feb, 2016
No submission to 'unlawful protests' of PIA workers, says PM Nawaz
MUZAFFARABAD (Staff Report) - Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Friday said that his government has decided to improve the worst situation of public institutions and that he will not submit to the unlawful protest of several groups of PIA workers.

Addressing a joint session of Azad Kashmir legislative assembly and Kashmir committee in Muzaffarabbad, Nawaz Sharif vowed to continue unconditional support for Kashmiris adding that dialogue is the only way to resolve the conflict.

He went on to say that none of Pakistanis can ever forget the struggles of Kashmiris. Pakistan is the advocate of Kashmiri brothers, he added.

On the occasion he also referred to different developmental projects of his government saying that Pakistan will be a different country in coming years. If look at a video of last one decade, you will come to know that how worst the situation had been, he said.

The premier said that power shortfall will also be resolved in next two to three years as out of total $46 billion Chinese around $34 billion is in power sector only.

"Our government has decided to improve the public institution and we will continue despite all tough times, protests and unnecessary strikes," he added.

Referring to privitisation of Pakistan International Airlines (PIA), the prime minister said that our government will take every step to cope with the losses of PIA. The situation will only change when all stake holders work together along with us, today we are here and tomorrow someone other will be ruling the country; he said.