OPPOSITION HAS TO ADMIT PTI HAS IMPROVED THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMY: PRESIDENT

ISLAMABAD: A joint sitting of the Parliament is underway in the Parliament House. President Dr Arif Ali is addressing the sitting of the Parliament.

A joint sitting of Parliament chaired by Speaker National Assembly Asad Qaiser began with the recitation of the Holy Quran. The meeting was attended by Leader of the Opposition Shahbaz Sharif, Prime Minister Imran Khan in the Senate, Chairman Senate Sadiq Sanjarani, Leader of the Opposition Yousuf Raza Gilani, Chairman PPP Bilawal Bhutto Zardari and others.

The President said that much has changed in Pakistan in the last three years. Pakistan is moving in a new direction. I want the politics of tolerance to flourish in the country. Congratulations to the members on the completion of the third parliamentary year, the beginning of the fourth year.

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In his address, Dr. Arif Alvi said that Pakistan’s exports have reached .3 25.3 billion. The government in particular highlighted economic achievements. The Pakistan Stock Exchange broke all previous records of success. Pakistan’s economic growth has been much better than last year.

He said on the protest of the opposition that no matter how much noise you want to make, you have to accept the reality. Pakistan’s growth rate was 3.4 percent. Pakistan’s economic performance has been much better than other countries. During Corona, all the world’s economies shrank. Pray for each other’s tolerance.

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President Arif Alvi said that instead of making a fuss, we have to accept the truth, be patient and listen, the people have understood the situation and should understand it here too, the government’s performance and success cannot be stopped by noise Moving towards progress, congratulations on the completion of the third parliamentary year.

Arif Alvi said that due to Korona, economies around the world were affected but thanks to better government policies, Pakistan’s economy remained stable.