PM expresses confidence to efface status quo, resistance of corrupt mafia.


PESHAWAR -- Prime Minister Imran Khan Saturday again expressed his resolve to eliminate the status quo resisting the reforms being introduced in different sectors of the country and said they would face all resistance and pressures of corrupt mafia who had been taking advantage from the stalemate administrative systems.

Addressing the inauguration ceremony of the 42nd annual winter meeting of the Association of Pakistani Physicians of North America (APPNA) and Khyber Medical College Alumni Association (KMCAA), he said the corrupt and old mafia was offering resistance to his government's efforts to introduce reforms in the ailing government departments.

'The government will not budge from its reforms at any cost,' he declared in unequivocal words.

Leave aside such resistance in the health and education system, such elements had been working in Federal Board of Revenue, among the traders and those doing business through the smuggled goods, adding, 'whenever you bring about reforms and changes' to the old system, they created wrong impressions among the masses.

The prime minister reminded the nation that they should not be depressed with such a scenario as ultimately, they would win this war against corrupt mafia.

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