Pakistan's Prime Minister said he did not support any story about the United States

Pakistan’s Prime Minister said he did not support any story about the United States

Prime Minister Shabaz Sharif said on Sunday that the Pakistani government did not agree with any story about the United States and would try to improve relations with the superpowers, Puck Media reported.

While talking to a Lahore reporter, Shebaz Sharif said the word “vengeance” was not in their dictionary. But the law will find its own way. He vowed that the government would soon control inflation, ARY News reported.

Regarding Imran Khan’s protest, Shebaz Sharif said: From marching towards the federal government if they make a bloody statement. “

Regarding a new poll in Pakistan, Prime Minister Sharif said the final decision would be made by the coalition.

“People who called me just managers are now witnessing my political move. Election alliances cannot be ruled out for the next election,” Shebaz Sharif said.