'Everyone Should Take Responsibility For Successful Government Decisions'

'Everyone Should Take Responsibility For Successful Government Decisions'
'Everyone Should Take Responsibility For Successful Government Decisions'
Rawalpindi: Army Chief General Qamar Javaid Bajwa said that the government has made difficult and resulting decisions to achieve long-term benefits, so it should be given responsibility to cooperate with the government's difficult decisions successfully.

According to ISPR, the seminar on 'National Economy' was held at National Defense University, which was attended by Army Chief General Qamar Javaid Bajwa, DG ISPR Major General Asif Ghafoor, and Advisor Finance, Abdul Hafeez Sheikh, other economists. The

Addressing the seminar, Chief of Army Staff General Qamar Javad Bajwa said that dialogue should be opened on the issues of national importance, the matters of national importance of government and other stakeholders are important, the country is facing difficult economic conditions, The difficulties have not increased due to difficult decisions in the past, in the past, we kept stopping hard decisions.
He said that it is time to be a nation, we need to take all our responsibilities, the government has made difficult and resulting decisions to achieve long-term benefits, we all are responsible for the success of hard government measures. There will be rights, no one can achieve success without a single national unity in difficult circumstances.

General Qamar Javaid Bajwa said regional relations would have to be promoted for development of the region, not the country, but the region progressed, by making difficult decisions, various countries successfully deal with economic crisis, there are examples in the past when there are different Countries face such challenges, everyone will have to fulfill responsibility for making successful efforts, and we will get rid of these difficult situations.


Army Chief added that without economic stability, the concept of self-determination is meaningless, armed forces did not contribute to the annual budget and contributed to improving the economy of the country.