Engr Amir Muqam urges opposition to be constructive, not confrontational

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Buner: Federal Minister for Kashmir Affairs & Gilgit Baltistan and SAFRON, Engr Amir Muqam, urged the opposition parties to adopt a constructive approach rather than wasting time on useless protests with aggressive tactics.

He stated this during the oath-taking ceremony of the Buner District Bar Council Association, a newly elected body.

The federal Minister stated that these people got nothing from protests in the past and will never gain anything in the future, only causing losses to the country. He said that what happened on May 9 was highly regrettable.

Engr Amir Muqam urged lawyers to be vigilant and reject those seeking to exploit them for political interests. However, he emphasized that they should play a constructive role in the country’s interests.

He emphasized that public service entails more than protesting; it involves addressing public issues, which is the proper responsibility of elected representatives. The federal Minister stressed the need to abandon the blame game and actively contribute to the country’s best interests.

He said there is a clear indication of improvement in the economic situation, with all institutions and the government on the same page. He also noted that inflation is an issue everybody faces.

Engr Amir Muqam stated that overcoming inflation was a top priority for the government. He highly praised the establishment of SIFC for its efforts to attract investment.

In response to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister’s accusations against the Federal government regarding resource allocation, he emphasized the equitable distribution facilitated by the National Finance Commission (NFC) award.

Earlier, the Federal Minister administered the oath to the newly elected body of the Bar Council Association. He congratulated the newly elected cabinet and expressed hope that they would work for the welfare of the lawyers’ community.

Additionally, he announced a grant of Rs 2 million and a Solar Panel for the Bar Council Association. He assured us of efforts to provide gas facilities and a motorway link road in Buner. He emphasized that access to gas was a right for the people of Buner and Shangla. The Minister also expressed deep respect for the people of Buner and Swabi, stating that they have always honored and respected him.

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