Caretaker Prime Minister Anwarul Haq Kakar has said that all the problems would be solved by enforcing the law.
“One nation, one law will remain. If someone has any misunderstanding, they should remove it,” Kakar said while addressing the inauguration ceremony of an out-patient department (OPD) at a cardiology hospital in Gilgit.
The interim PM said this in Pakistan will be analyzed through Pakistani intelligence, stressing that no foreign organization would be allowed to interfere in the country.
Kakar said misunderstandings would be ended through courage and wisdom, adding that the problems of Gilgit-Baltistan will be solved in a constitutional way.
“No group will be allowed to hold anyone hostage, and we will do whatever is necessary to ensure the constitutional rights of the people,” the PM added.
He also said that people did not remain the same, they evolved with time. He said it was important to respect each other's rights, adding that the responsibility of enforcing the rights lies with the state.
“It is necessary to eliminate differences based on misunderstandings. If people do not understand each other's rights, there will be law of the jungle,” he insisted.
The caretaker premier further said that there should be a talk show on PTV about the problems of Gilgit-Baltistan where the problems of the region are highlighted. He added that the problems will be solved by enforcing the law.
Kakar landed in Gilgit on a two-day visit on Tuesday.
It should be noted that in a high-level meeting on Tuesday, caretaker PM Kakar directed the relevant authorities to timely identify all the elements involved in spreading chaos in the name of religion in Gilgit, and take strict action against them. He said the protection of all the citizens of Pakistan was the responsibility of the state.
According to a press release issued by the Prime Minister's Office, Kakar was briefed on the progress of development projects and law and order situation in Gilgit-Baltistan. In the briefing, the prime minister was informed about the progress in IT, health, education and other sectors.