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Military not ‘overstepping even the slightest’, says caretaker PM Kakar

Interim premier says govt working with Pakistan's military on security and some economic initiatives

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Caretaker Prime Minister Anwaar-ul-Haq Kakar categorically stated that Pakistan’s military is not “overstepping even the slightest”, rejecting the notion that his government is being ‘dictated’.

“Military is providing all the inputs which we are asking of them,” said the caretaker PM. “They are not overstepping even in the slightest manner. There is no sense where I feel that my government is being dictated.

“Yes, we are working together in a couple of areas, including security and on some economic initiatives — this is a partnership based on willingness.”

The caretaker PM made these remarks while interacting with foreign media representatives in Islamabad.

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“We are trying to provide the basis for any future government, which would be probably here in a few months, and give them the base on which they can build.

Kakar also confirmed reports on $25 billion in investments from the UAE and Saudi Arabia.

“I do confirm… that this (investment) is spread probably between two to five years.

“In this span of time, these projects to the tune of this amount [$25 billion] would be realized and it is in different sectors, particularly in mines and minerals, agriculture and IT,” he said.

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