Govt will bring positive changes while giving incentives to the ministries & bureaucracy. PM Khan Prime Minister said performance assessment is very imperative to bring improvement in the bureaucracy.

PM Imran Khan says his govt will bring positive changes while giving incentives to the ministries & bureaucracy

Awards appreciation certificates to 10 ministers for outstanding performance , Invites other countries to invest in CPEC

ISLAMABAD ( Web News )

Prime Minister Imran Khan has awarded appreciation certificates to 10 ministers for their outstanding performance. Meanwhile PM Imran Khan has said that his government will bring positive changes while giving incentives to the ministries and bureaucracy.

PRIME MINISTER IMRAN KHAN ADDRESSING AT PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATES AWARD CEREMONY IN ISLAMABAD A ceremony to this effect was held in Islamabad on Thursday. Those who received the certificates from the Prime Minister included Minister for Communications Murad Saeed, Minister for Planning, Development and Special Initiatives Asad Umar, Special Assistant to PM Social Protection and Poverty Alleviation Senator Dr. Sania Nishtar, Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood, Minister for Human Rights Dr. Shireen M. Mazari, Minister for Industries and Production Makhdoom Khusro Bakhtiyar, Advisor to PM on National Security Division Dr. Moeed Wasim Yusuf, Adviser to PM on Commerce Abdul Razak Dawood, Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed and Minister for National Food Security and Research Syed Fakhar Imam.
Speaking on the occasion, the Prime Minister stressed that improved performance of ministries is very critical to achieve the country’s self-sufficient target. He said the government is fully focusing on ensuring good governance and the main objective is to improve the lives of the people.

The Prime Minister said performance assessment is very imperative to bring improvement in the bureaucracy.  He said incentives will be increased for best performing ministries in future. Imran Khan called for exploring non-traditional ways to meet economic challenges.

Earlier Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Establishment Mohammad Shehzad Arbab briefed the Prime Minister about the evaluation and assessment process of performance of ministries.

Meanwhile Prime Minister Imran Khan has invited other countries to join and invest in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) project, emphasizing the government’s foremost priority is geo-economics and to uplift the economy.

In an interview with Director of the Advisory Committee of China Institute of Fudan University Dr. Eric Li, PM Imran Khan said raising suspicion on the corridor project makes no sense.

He said Pakistan sees China Pakistan Economic Corridor and Gwadar project as a great opportunity for its geo-economics.

The Prime Minister said his priority is the people of Pakistan and lift the people out of poverty while taking a cue from China.

Imran Khan said both Pakistan and China have always stood by each other in difficult times. He said this all-weather relationship has transformed into a people to people friendship.

When asked about the Western concerns on the situation in Chinese province Xinjiang, the Prime Minister said our ambassador in China visited the area and the report he gave us is different from the one that is coming on the western media. He said what is being told by the western media do not exist against Uighurs.

He said according to the envoy’s report, unprecedented development is taking place in Xinjiang.

The Prime Minister said joining the war on terror and the corruption of the past badly affected Pakistan. He said Pakistan lost about eighty thousand people and over one hundred billion dollars in the US war on terror.

Responding to a question, Imran Khan said Kashmir is a disputed territory between Pakistan and India. He said India unfortunately is denying the right of self-determination to Kashmiri people guaranteed by the UN Security Council resolutions.

Alluding to the marginalization of minorities including Muslims in India, the Prime Minister said this is the tragedy that has happened with India under the current regime. He said better sense should prevail in India otherwise it is only going to damage itself.

When asked about China-the US relations, the Prime Minister said the world does want another cold war. He said Pakistan my replicate the role it played in 1970 when it brought China and the US together.

About Afghanistan, the Prime Minister said the humanitarian crisis unfolding in Afghanistan should be avoided. He warned that sanctioning the new Afghan setup will only descend Afghanistan into chaos and a weak setup will not be able to take on the international terrorists.