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PM Imran Khan takes important decision on Public Transport

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PM Imran Khan takes an important decision on Public Transport. A meeting was held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan on the situation of the Coronavirus in which the impact of the deadly virus on the national economy was considered.

Sources said that the Prime Minister was briefed on the Corona situation after the easing of the lockdown while a comparative review of the situation before and after the easing of the lockdown was presented.

In a briefing after the meeting, PM Imran Khan said that the decision to open the lockdown was a concern for the medical staff that the pressure on the hospitals will increase. We are fully aware of the concerns of the medical staff.

“Corona spreads rapidly as people gather. The virus will not be controlled until the vaccine arrives. Now we have to live with the virus and see how to deal with the virus,” he said.

The Prime Minister said that the situation in our country is under control. According to our prediction till May 14, the number of positive cases of Corona was estimated at 52,695 and the number of deaths was estimated at 1,324.

“We have to be mentally prepared, but according to our plan, the facilities in the hospitals will be further enhanced by the end of June,” he said.

He appealed to the owners of shops and markets to abide by the rules laid down by the government and the people to be careful so that the business can be opened. Unless the people themselves are careful, the government cannot do anything.

PM Imran Khan also takes an important decision on Public Transport. “I urge everyone to open up public transport. Despite the deaths in the United States and Europe, transport and air traffic have not been shut down, so why have we done so?”

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