Sialkot: Federal Minister for Planning and Development Ch. Ehsan Iqbal has asked the politicians to shun their political differences and end the politics of conflicts in the larger national interest, saying that it was not the right time to do politics of conflict due to which the politicians must join the sincere efforts of the government for political and economical stability of the country.
He stated this while talking to the newsmen on Sunday. Federal Minister said that there was a supreme platform of Parliament to discuss all the issues there. The politics of conflict only gave the bad impression of the country in the world, besides, leaving the bad effects on the national economy.
Ch. Ehsan Iqbal linked the national economical prosperity with the political stability and continuity of the economical and export development policies in the country. He claimed that the national economy was moving in the right direction towards the goal of political and economical stability, saying that the country needed the development of the human resources for the continuous economical growth as well.
He said that the PML-N government has successfully halted the economical down sliding in the country, due to which the national economy was recovering day by day, as the government was successfully injecting the fresh blood into the sick economy of Pakistan through the restoration of confidence of the national and foreign investors, in this regard. The government was strengthening the national institutions, he added.
Replying to a question, Federal Minister revealed present government’s effective and positive economical policies were helping in restoring the confidence of the national and foreign investors and these policies were now bearing fruits due to which national economy was moving ahead towards the goal of economical stability, saying that the federal government was successfully implementing on several effective and positive economical policies and these policies were now bearing fruits. He also reaffirmed to complete the past economical development agenda of the PML-N.