KARACHI – The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) Chairman Brig. Muhammad Aslam Khan (Retd) on Tuesday said apart from political leaders, the former and incumbent military leaders also played a positive role in further bettering relations between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia.
Agreements between the two brotherly countries worth billions of dollars will usher a new era of development and prosperity as it will improve the confidence of business community and push other countries to invest in Pakistan, he said.
Brig. Muhammad Aslam Khan (Retd) welcomed the decision of crown prince to immediately release over two thousand Pakistani prisoners on the request of Prime Minister Imran Khan which has improved the image of PM.
He said that a new era of economic relations with Saudi Arabia will expand the Pakistani economy and help the government to fulfil its vision.
The PEW Chairman said that government should also consider steps to boost employment opportunities for Pakistanis in KSA, increase remittances and cut Hajj expenses for the people.
He said that trade restrictions imposed by India after Pulwama drama and threats are meaningless to Pakistan.
This is an effort by Indian ruling party to gain cheap popularity which if translated into action will be responded by full force.
India will fail to turn international opinion against Pakistan by such tactics while it will have no impact on the case against India spy in the International Court of Justice.
New Delhi has developed a habit of blaming Pakistan for her failures which are known globally.