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Strengthening national security requires political stability: PM Shehbaz

The national security of Pakistan can only be strengthened by political stability and a strong economy, according to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif on Saturday.

The prime minister reaffirmed the government’s commitment to bringing economic stability to the nation and preventing a default in a statement. He claimed that in order to protect the populace from price increases, political stability is a need. Shehbaz asserted that “political miscreants are attempting to create turmoil in the nation” in a covert allusion to Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Imran Khan.

He insisted that these “miscreants” just have political gain in mind and have no interest in helping the general populace, including those who were severely hit by floods.

The premier continued by stating that there is no denying that the plan included economic ruin and that its continuance is also ensured by the current political uncertainty. He said that dissolving provincial legislatures was done to bring about political unrest in the nation.

On the day of the PTI rally at Liberty Chowk in Lahore and various divisional headquarters around Punjab, Shehbaz made his remark. Imran Khan, the party’s chairman, is anticipated to make the video connection announcement at the event.

In this regard, the former prime minister presided over a meeting of PTI leadership from Central Punjab and Lahore on Tuesday.

Additionally, Imran gave PTI legislators from Bhakkar, Mianwali, Pakpattan, Sargodha, and Sahiwal assurances that their respective assemblies will be dissolved this month. Before December 20, Imran promised to announce the date for dissolving the provincial assemblies of Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P).

Imran also emphasized the “inept” economic policies of the coalition government, claiming that they had put the nation in danger of going bankrupt. “PTI’s politics don’t go against the interests of the nation. Our main ally, PML-Q, and we agree on the decision to dissolve the party, he said.

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