Muslim leaders should take lead role to revive morality in int’l ties: Alvi

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Islamabad (Web Desk): President Dr Arif Alvi has suggested Prime Minister Imran Khan and the leadership from Turkey, Malaysia and Saudi Arabia should take a lead role to revive morality in international relations.

“Today the world’s decisions are tilted towards financial interests instead of morality whether it may be the United Nations or any state,” ” President Alvi said in an interview with a private TV channel.

Dr Alvi said in order to seek a solution to Kashmir dispute, Pakistan would have to undo the Indian evils and portray its own true image in the comity of nations.

“We will have to undo the evils of India which labels us for terrorism and opposes us in the Financial Action Task Force, he added.

The President said Pakistan is about to emerge as a great nation citing the indicators are showing positive trajectory despite COVID-19.

Replying to a question about the opposition's criticism on accountability process, Dr Arif Alvi said most of the cases against the opposition leaders are old. He said the corruption watchdog should investigate if there is any case against any member of the ruling party.