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Govt does not want clash with opposition: Firdous Awan

ISLAMABAD: Special Assistant to the Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Ashiq Awan has urged opposition parties to play a constructive role towards development of the country and avoid the politics of agitation.

She in a statement asserted the government does not want any clash with the opposition and asked opposition politicians to come to the Parliament with useful suggestions and recommendations, stressing that it was the best forum to resolve issues.

Firdous said the government has fulfilled the demand of the opposition and appointed Shahbaz Sharif as Chairman Public Account Committee (PAC), adding now it is his responsibility to come to the parliament and play his role.

She said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China would prove to be a game changer for the country.

She said the prime minister is striving to improve the lives of poor masses and taking prudent measures to bring the economy of the country on track.

Earlier addressing a gathering in Sialkot, the PM’s aide had said, “The coming days will bring change in the lives of the people. The government is making sincere efforts for steering the country out of crises and people would observe a visible change in near future.”

She said that democratic process was the only way out to get rid of social, political and economic complications.

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