Minorities in Pakistan will get their due rights: Fawad Chaudhry

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The Information Minister Fawad Chaudhary on Monday said it was government’s primary responsibility to ensure provision of rights to minorities in the Country (Minorities in Pakistan).

Talking to media representatives in Islamabad, the minister said they didn’t require any certificate from someone in the name of religion.

The minister said the whole Muslim World was looking towards Prime Minister Imran Khan for resolution of their issues.

Imran Khan’s visit to China strengthened Sino-Pak strategic relations

Fawad Chaudhry further said Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to China had further strengthened the Sino-Pak strategic relations. He said the visit witnessed the signing of many historic agreements between Pakistan and China which would open new doors of cooperation in the fields of agriculture and industries.

The information minister pointed out that both the sides had agreed to do trade in Chinese Currency which would help reduce burden on our foreign exchange reserves in dollar.

The minister said the Finance Minister Asad Umar and the Minister for Planning and Development Khusro Bakhtiar would brief the nation about the Chinese economic package and cooperation on their return to the Country.

Fawad Chaudhry said Pakistan valued its ties with China, and wanted to strengthen its economic relations with Beijing.

Furthermore, he said the first Pakistani astronaut would reach the space through China.