PM Imran Khan addresses Pakistani diaspora in Malaysia
KUALA LUMPUR – Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the overseas Pakistanis in Malaysia to send back remittances through legal channels.
Addressing a community of diaspora on Wednesday, the premier expressed that Mahathir Mohamed did not establish factories to satisfy personal interest adding that Pakistan’s ambassador to Malaysia worked tirelessly for his country’s sake.
The current government’s priority is to get investments from abroad. Pakistan needs to improve its governance as it has immense potential, said the premier.
Khan, who is on a two-day visit to Malaysia, expressed that nobody could do money laundering in Malaysia, unlike the case in Pakistan.
‘We will make money laundering very difficult for people in Pakistan,’ vowed the premier, adding that he was getting details of those attempting to send money abroad illegally.