The caretaker Prime Minister, Anwaar-ul Haq, has expressed concern over the brutal murder of Sikh leader Hardeep Singh Nijjar in Canada and has called for an international alliance to address India’s aggressive actions. He believes that this incident raises questions about the role of the Indian state and shows how India persecutes its minorities. Pakistan has also been a victim of state-sponsored terrorism and has shared evidence with global forums on the role of the Indian state. The caretaker PM also condemned the persecution of Muslims in Indian-Occupied Kashmir, describing it as genocide. He discussed the historical ties between Pakistan and the US, stating that these ties would be further strengthened. The Pakistani diaspora contributes to the US and plays a role in building communities. The caretaker premier has met with different business bodies in the US who have shown interest in Pakistan’s economic revival plans, including privatisation and the Special Investment Facilitation Council. He had a constructive discussion with the IMF Managing Director and the IMF appreciates the steps taken by the interim government to combat illegal trade of dollars. The caretaker PM emphasized that holding free, fair, and transparent elections is the prime responsibility of the Election Commission of Pakistan, and the caretaker government fully supports the ECP in this process. No political party has been stopped from participating in the elections by the caretaker government.
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