Political parties to give up differences and work jointly to bring country out of crisis: Nadeem Khan
Karachi, May 22, 2013 (PPI-OT): Chairman Law and Order sub-committee of Korangi association of Trade and industry (KATI), Nadeem Khan has urged all the political parties to give up their differences and work jointly to bring country out of crisis.
Talking to newsmen, he said that elections are now over and general public have giving their mandate. Now it is responsibility of elected members to make appropriate program to overcome power crisis, law and order, crate new jobs, and bring changes so that the general public should start feeling relaxed.
He said biggest challenge before political parties that they should now focus on economic crisis and make joint plans to bring country out of it..
The large population share of youth needs to be engaged constructively for the progress of the country to ensure that this growing power resource does not rot to a cancer. If the strength of the Rupee is not defended, inflation in Pakistan will touch around 1,500 percent effectively.
He said Pakistan is likely to hit a macroeconomic crisis if much-needed overall reforms are not implemented.
He also advised all the political parties not to use abusing language against each other. They must demonstrate their political maturity and prepare programs for reforms to bring positive change
“Industrial productions had already gone down, markets remain closed day today because of owing sit in, strikes and observing day of mourning as well as gas and electricity.
He said that the situation today has reached the point that the international donors have started showing their reluctance in rescheduling Pakistan loans.
He suggested that upcoming government at central and Sindh should form a joint law and order committee of all industrial estates of the city and issue its notification
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Korangi Association of Trade and Industry (KATI)
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Tel: +9221 3506 1211 -2
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