RAWALPINDI: Minister of State for Information Marriyum Aurangzeb on Saturday said that it was beyond one’s comprehension as to why PTI is at pain when the Prime Minister is to respond to Joint Investigation Team’s (JIT) queries.
Talking to newsmen in Rawalpindi on Saturday, She added that it was one of the signs of doomsday that PPP was talking against corruption. The minister said that some political elements were trying to disrupt government’s development agenda through politics of allegations and agitation will fail in their designs.
She said people will not support the political leaders who are trying to create chaos in the country.
The Minister of State said the PTI Chief levelled baseless allegations against every institution and national figure of the country. The politics of defaming institutions and trying to bring them under pressure must be abandoned.
She said PTI has done nothing except protest since 2013, and people will hold accountable all the political parties in 2018 keeping in view their performance.
Marriyum Aurangzeb said the Prime Minister himself had suggested formation of a commission to probe he Panama Papers case. She said the prime minister presented himself up to his three generations for accountability.
The Minister of State said the Prime Minister is bringing peace and stability to the country. The historic mega project China-Pakistan Economic Corridor is being implemented, and economic indicators are improving.
Earlier, addressing a ceremony at a local school in Rawalpindi, Minister of State for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb has said under the Prime Minister’s Education Reform Policy curriculum is being revised to cater the changing tones of time in line with our national values and ideology.
She said inculcating our young generation with pride in our history, values, language and culture is the need of the hour.
The Minister said unfortunately due to absence of child friendly content on internet our children are wasting their time and energy in useless surfing.
She said syllabus from grade one to ten is being made available online for enhanced access of the students.
She said increased collaboration between public and private schools will help enhance quality of early childhood education.