No possibility of judicial coup, martial law: PM Abbasi

PM Inaugurates the first-ever CCV cable and Aluminium Alloy Plant at Sundur Industrial Area in Lahore.

Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbassi refuted the possibility of a judicial coup or martial law in the country.
Inaugurating the first ever CCV cable and Aluminium Alloy Plant at Sundur Industrial Area in Lahore the premier said that the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz has added 10,000 megawatts of electricity to the system and started projects which will meet future energy requirements of the country.
He said the next polls will be held in July this year in which people will elect their new government and the course of development will continue.
“The present government has carried out historic work in different spheres, including infrastructure development and energy,” he added.
He was confident that the development of infrastructure will give further impetus to bringing investment in the country. He said the economy is expected to grow by 5.6 per cent this year while for the next year our target is 6 per cent.
Earlier addressing a public gathering at Nankana Sahib today, Abbassi said PML-N believes in the politics of principles, decency and serving the masses.
He said the difficulties including the politics of sit-ins did not deter the government from addressing the problems of the country.
The prime minister also vowed that there will be no loadshedding in the upcoming summer season.
He however, said loadshedding will be carried out only in the areas where power pilferage is taking place.
He said we have sufficient power in the system but the burden of those stealing electricity cannot be shifted to the honest consumers.
Shahid Khaqan Abassi said the government is striving to provide an enabling environment to the industries.
He said first it is the endeavor of the government to sit with the opposition to set out an agenda for continuity and stability of policies so that the change of government does not hamper the industrial growth.