Islamabad (Staff Report/Agencies): Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Thursday that if there was any government which was not confused about its approach to tackling Covid-19, it was Pakistan.
Addressing the National Assembly, PM khan challenged the opposition to point out a single contradiction in his statements since Pakistan imposed the lockdown.
He said there was "a lot of pressure" on him to impose a strict lockdown. "Even in my own cabinet, people wanted a more severe lockdown to be imposed.”
"There was no confusion. We've had daily meetings and taken decisions," said PM Imran, adding that his team considered all the people in the country and how the lockdown would impact them.
The premier also paid special tribute to the National Command and Operations Centre as due to their efforts to establish proper coordination between provinces, Pakistan has data to act on.