No conflict among state institutions: PM Ashraf
KARACHI: Prime Minister Raja Pervez Ashraf on Friday said Pakistan’s institutions were undergoing a process of evolution and that there was no conflict between them, DawnNews reported.
Speaking at the launch of the developmental projects in Gwadar, Prime Minister Ashraf emphasised upon the need to prevent conflict from occurring between the state institutions.
PM Ashraf said conflict between the institutions should be prevented at any cost because it could only result in destruction.
He further said that democracy was peaking in Pakistan and the first democratically elected government in Pakistan was finishing its full term in power.
Moreover, he said that the Pakistani media has more freedom as compared to the developed countries. However, the media must demonstrate its ability to behave responsibly.
He also added that the judiciary had gained its freedom after many sacrifices.
Furthermore, the prime minister added that the army had given everlasting sacrifices that every Pakistani was proud of. He also said that the Baloch people were a patriotic and amiable nation.
The prime minister also announced a number of development projects in Gwadar. Ashraf said that Balochistan was rich in mineral resources and it was important to utilise those resources together.
Prime Minister Ashraf also issued of permanent employment letters to the temporary employees of the Gwadar Port Authority.
He also announced the integration of the Gwadar Fish Harbour into the Gwadar Port Authority, as well as laid down the foundation for East Bay Express Way and launched the Gwadar Port Civil Centre.