Islamabad: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan on Tuesday said that good-governance was good politics and his government would restore law and order situation across country within 90 days time limit.
He expressed these views at a reception hosted by Imran Khan for Bihar Chief Minister Natish Kumar at his Bani Gala residence. Senior PTI leaders including Makhdoom Javed Hashmi, Shafqat Mahmood, Jahangir Tareen, Khursheed Kasuri, Naeemul Haq and others were also present.
Natish Kumar, on the occasion, said that his government had restored law and order situation in Bihar with better coordination between the executive and judiciary. He said speedy justice could restore the confidence of the general public in democratic process.
He said his government could revive law and order situation ensuring protection to the state witnesses and had benefitted from information technology in dealing with criminals.
“We posted data of the criminals and mafia groups on the websites for general public and government officials. Sustainable policies coupled with determination of the state could yield better results,” he added.
He said that he was happy to pass on his experiences to the Pakistani leaders regarding dealing with the criminals, mafias and gangsters. He expressed gratitude to Imran Khan for sharing his thoughts with him on a host of issues.
Commenting over deteriorating law and order in the country, Imran Khan said that since law and order was of paramount significance in any country’s progress, his party would restore peace across the country within 90 days after taking over the government.
He said that Pakistan should benefit from successful experiences of Bihar government. He said reforms in land-related issues and his party would do away with the Patwari system which was one of the biggest ills faced by his country.
“We have already placed the details of assets of all members of our central executive committee (CEC) on the PTI’s website like what the Bihar government did,” said Imran Khan, acclaiming reforms introduced by Natish Kumar’s government of Bihar.