Coronavirus: PM Imran Khan warns of ‘complete lockdown’, says PDM will be responsible

Prime Minister Imran Khan speaks at a press conference. Photo: Geo News Scrabbug

Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday warned that the government may be forced to implement “complete lockdown” across Pakistan. Coronovirus cases are increasing at the same rate, accusing the opposition of having a burning and endangering people’s lives.

Taking to Twitter, the Prime Minister blamed PDM for “willfully endangering and threatening livelihoods” by organizing Jalsa across the country with coronovirus cases in Pakistan.

“if [coronavirus] The rate we are seeing continues to rise, we will be forced to go into full lockdown and PDM will be responsible [the] Results, ”he tweeted.

Reiterating his often repeated stance, the premier told opposition parties that he would not give him an NRO, even though he held “a million jalasa”.

He said, “Opposition is destroying people’s lives and livelihoods to get an NRO. I will make it clear: they can hold a lakh promos, but they will not get any NROs.”

However, the Prime Minister said that he did not want to take the lockdown measure as it would harm the economy and create problems for the people. He lambasted the opposition by saying that the NRO is its only target at any cost to the lives of the people and the economy of the country.

“I don’t want to take measures like a lockdown that will start hurting our economy which is indicating a strong recovery at the moment. Unfortunately, the opposition’s only goal is the NRO which is responsible for the economy of the people and the nation. On the price. ” He tweeted.

PDM, KP government face to face in Peshawar rally

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government allowed the PDM to hold a public meeting in Peshawar a few days ago.

The officials had said that the matter was considered by the district administration and the capital city police under section 14 of the KP Civil Administration Act 2020. Government officials conducted a field assessment and held a meeting with Jalsa organizers.

But, the deputy commissioner, after considering all aspects, and the potential for human life, cited the November 2 notification issued by the KP government to ban large public ceremonies due to the increasing coronovirus positivity rate in the community. Refused permission to hold a Jalsa to keep it safe. The spread of COVID-19 “.

However, the PDM said that it would call its prom in Peshawar with JUI-F chief and PDM president Maulana Fazlur Rahman saying the government was “coronovirus”.

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