Pakistan’s most pressing need, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan, is to enhance its riches, he stated Monday during the groundbreaking ceremony of an international five-star hotel in Nathia Gali.
According to the prime minister, the administration is working hard to create the rule of law in the country in order to attract foreign investment and boost tourism.
“We are in the midst of a war to change the system and create the rule of law. Without the rule of law, no country can thrive. Many countries with ample resources are impoverished simply because of a lack of rule of law, according to the prime minister.
He stated, “Our battle is to repair the system.”
Shibli Faraz, Azam Swati, Ali Haider Zaidi, Farrukh Habib, Shahryar Afridi, the Chairperson of the Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir, and provincial ministers attended the ceremony.
The hotel will be Khyber Paktunkhwa’s first worldwide five-star hotel, according to reports.
The prime minister, who earlier unveiled the plaque and planted a sapling as part of his government’s 10 Billion Tree Tsunami initiative, said wealth creation was the country’s urgent need, adding that it would eventually generate jobs, improve tax collection, and lead to the repayment of foreign debts.
He stated that in order to encourage investment from abroad Pakistanis, incentives must be introduced as well as protection, as they had previously lost faith in the country owing to unethical activities.
The prime minister invited Pakistanis living abroad to invest in the country, promising to eliminate any obstacles in their path.
He stated that Pakistanis living abroad are our most valuable asset, regretting that this potential has not been fully realised.
Pakistanis with money and talents are sitting abroad, according to Prime Minister Imran Khan, who also stated that if foreign Pakistanis invest in the nation, the currency will strengthen.