What is the need to plague our relations with US: PM


Prime Minister (PM) Shahbaz Sharif has said there is no need to plague our relations with US.
“We have to go side by side with the world. What is need of plaguing our relations with US, he said this while addressing the passing out parade of the 48th batch of ASP at National Police Academy in Islamabad on Friday
He held better training is being imparted in all the branches of academy. The daughters of nation are also included in the contingent. These daughters of the nation are performing their duties in every walk of life.
The best counter terrorism department of the world was built in Lahore.
We will regain our lost status in the comity of nations despite all odds, he underlined.
Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has assured to provide necessary funds to equip police with the latest gadgets and training techniques.
He remarked police rendered sacrifices to save people from the terrorist and robbers. Police played vital role in war on terror. The police personnel rendered their blood to give peace to people.
I assure you that sacrifices rendered by police will not be allowed to go in vain.
Shehbaz Sharif said during his tenure as Chief Minister Punjab, Counter Terrorism Department (CTD) was established in the province which has become a role model internationally.
The Prime Minister said despite being blessed with all resources, Pakistan lags behind in development. He said we need to learn from past mistakes to secure future of our coming generations.
Alluding to relations with Saudi Arabia and China, the Prime Minister said both the countries have always stood by Pakistan in difficult times.
He said the present government has revived projects with Saudi Arabia which was facing delays over the last few years. He said Saudi Arabia will establish an oil refinery at a cost of ten to twelve billion dollars in Pakistan. He said the Saudi Crown Prince will soon visit Pakistan.
Separating Bangladesh from Pakistan was a wrong mindset, he said adding today the foreign trade of Bangladesh is the highest of all.
The Prime Minister said we are also trying to improve our relations with the United States.
Speaking on the occasion, Commandant National Police Academy Allah Dino Khowaja said twenty four officers including seven lady officers have graduated today. He said training of young officers has been designed to be academically challenging and physically rigorous to prepare them in accordance with modern day requirements.