Govt to step down ahead of completing its tenure next month

The PM claims that the IMF accord is what is causing the drop in petroleum product prices.

According to the government, 100,000 computers will be given out in 2023–2024. 

We appreciate Ishaq Dar, Minister of Finance, for approving the import of computers.

The current National Assembly's term is unknown, thus Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has declared that his administration will resign before its time is up.

"Our government's term will end next month. At a laptop distribution event on Sunday at the administration College Women's University in Sialkot, he declared, "We will depart before the end of our term, and an interim administration will arrive.

The prime minister had signaled that his government would last till the end of its term in a statement he made a few days before.

At the time, PM Shehbaz said that the coalition government's term would finish on August 14 and that the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP) will declare the date of the subsequent elections in "October or November."

The remark from the premier indicates that the current authorities are not thinking of dissolving the National Assembly before its scheduled expiration date of August 14 this year.

Because of the IMF accord, gas prices decreased.

The prime minister claimed during his speech at the Sialkot event that the deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) was the reason for the fall in petroleum product prices that the finance minister had announced the previous day.

He added that the IMF accord made the rupee stronger against the dollar, which reduced the price of buying oil. He continued by saying that by lowering the price of petroleum items, the government in turn provided relief to the populace.

Regarding the laptops that his administration is currently giving out to students, PM Shehbaz stated that 100,000 computers will be delivered in the fiscal year 2023–24, and the ones that are being given out at the moment are those that were allotted in the fiscal year 2022–23. In addition, he congratulated Ishaq Dar, the finance minister, for approving the import of computers.

He said, "I want to inform the nation's girls that giving you computers wasn't a favor; it was done on the basis of merit.

The premier added that Rs 5 billion had been set up for women's projects this year. He continued by saying that until women participate in the country, it cannot succeed.

PM Shehbaz added, "All girls who receive an education must work in a practical sector.

Every girl will receive computers if there is a second opportunity under the leadership of Nawaz Sharif, he declared.

If given the chance again, PML-N will alter the course of the nation.

Earlier, PM Shehbaz said, speaking at a check-distribution ceremony in Lahore, that Nawaz Sharif and the entire leadership of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) would alter the course of the nation's destiny by leading it down a path of progress and prosperity if given the chance in the upcoming general elections.

The prime minister declared that they would accept the results of the approaching elections and advised the populace to make their choice after considering specific details and contrasting the performance of PML-N governments with that of the PTI's four years in office.

While praising his elder brother's statesmanship, PM Shehbaz expressed regret that Nawaz Sharif, a three-time prime minister, was removed from office despite the fact that he had ended crippling load-shedding that lasted for hours, given youth loans and laptops, and brought the multibillion-dollar China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CEPC) power and road infrastructure projects in 2015.

He claimed that PTI Chairman Imran Khan, who was elected through "fraud elections," continued to accuse people of corruption during his four years in office without providing any evidence. He also claimed that after Khan was removed from office legally, he resorted to derogatory language and actions against government agencies.

The current prime minister claimed that numerous significant corruption scandals, including as the sugar and wheat scams, BRT Peshawar, Malam Jabba, sale of Toshakhana presents, Rs60 billion in money theft recovered by the UK agency, etc., marred the PTI's administration. He claimed that no one could dispute these obvious facts.

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