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A Glimpse at PTI’s Vows After Completion of First Parliamentary Year

ISLAMABAD: With the experts closely monitoring the proceedings within the country after Prime Minister Imran Khan assumed office this time around last year, it has been deemed that the PTI government is yet to fulfil its pre-election vows.

With that said, it has been vastly observed that Pakistan’s prestige and voice across the international community have not only improved but also became persuasive.

The development after the infamous Pulwama Attack in India and the actions of Pakistan’s foreign affairs’ team as its aftermath proved to be dominant over its arch-rivals India.

India, before the globe, was outclassed each time it attempted to make Pakistan look bad through it fallacies.

Prime Minister Imran Khan’s successful visit to the United States, the opening of Kartarpur Corridor and Pakistan’s befitting response to Indian ceasefire violations in the wake of Pulwama Attack are examples of PTI government’s prudent foreign policy.

Few Wins and Losses of New Regime

The PTI government successfully completed its vowed project to construct 5 million homes, but failed to fulfil its statement of providing employment to 10 million youth.

In another triumphant act, PTI government was successful in approving the bill for local administration in Punjab and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

However, it failed to put up a secretariat for a Southern Punjab province.

Under the premiership of Imran Khan, PTI brought positive changes in Punjab police by enforcing reforms in police department of the province.

Holding elections in erstwhile FATA is termed as another feather in the hat of PTI’s leadership.

Moreover, the new wave of accountability also witnessed many pinnacle political leaders heading to prison over corruption charges.

Performance Report to be Revealed

Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Firdous Ashiq Awan has said that Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) led government would present its one-year performance report today (Sunday).

She said that for the first time in the country’s history, people in tribal areas were given their due democratic right and added that today’s peaceful Pakistan was an attractive destination for tourists.