Islamabad (News Reporter) – Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar has stated that general elections should take place before Senate elections. During the visit of Saudi Crown Prince, in the plan, task forces will be formed to determine the sizes of federal and provincial governments. A task force will also be established under the leadership of the Finance Minister to improve the management of the Task Force Pension Funds, review options to reduce government expenditures, and increase revenue.
In an interview, he emphasized that they are convinced that rationalizing expenditures and increasing income are essential to mitigate looming threats to the country’s stability and address economic vulnerabilities. Ensuring good governance, attracting private investment, and achieving a sound fiscal policy are crucial for creating a viable state.
He pointed out that addressing the root causes of governance shortcomings requires concerted efforts. The military leadership has enhanced the level of confidence in the armed forces through organizational strength.
Caretaker Prime Minister Anwar-ul-Haq Kakar’s comments highlight the importance of addressing financial challenges and improving governance to build a robust and stable state. The proposal for holding general elections before Senate elections reflects a desire for political transparency and accountability. The formation of task forces to determine government sizes and manage pension funds demonstrates a commitment to fiscal responsibility. These measures aim to enhance the country’s economic stability and attract investment, ultimately leading to a stronger and more prosperous Pakistan.