PM Imran Khan sets up complaint cells at PM and CM Offices
LAHORE - The Prime Minister Imran Khan has hoped that Pakistan's relations with India will improve, which will ultimately have a positive effect on lives of peoples of the two countries.
Imran Khan said he recently visited Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates to bring investment to the country.
He said huge foreign investment can come to Pakistan if governance in the country is improved.
He urged civil servants to play their due role to this effect.
Imran Khan assured civil servants that there will be no political interference in their work; however, their prime focus should be service to people.
The Prime Minister said a system will be developed to facilitate the common man to the maximum, and to implement this system, police and civil servants have a critical role.
He said new Pakistan is the name of new philosophy based on justice and equal facilities for all.
Imran Khan said Complaint Cells will be set up at the offices of the Prime Minister and the chief ministers to address grievances of people.