A transparent system is required to put an end to corruption: President Arif Alvi

Daily Times

ISLAMABAD: President Dr Arif Alvi is addressing the joint session of Parliament.
Hope that members of Parliament will support me, says President Arif Alvi while addressing a joint session of Parliament.
Being a political worker, I have reached to conclusion that corruption is the root cause of all the problems of Pakistan, said President Arif Alvi.
I am thankful to all those people who considered me to hold the highest constitution position in Pakistan.
A transparent system is required to put an end to corruption. We need to adopt simplicity, said President Arif Alvi.
“Austerity Drive is the main feature of “Naya Pakistan”, we have to adopt simplicity in our lives”
In his address, President Arif Alvi said that transparent system of accountability is inevitable in order to curb out the menace of corruption.
The president hoped that the upcoming days would be better for Pakistan. I will perform to the best of my abilities.
He added that special attention needed to be paid to the country’s debt to GDP ratio.
Speaking on the energy crisis, the president said this could be helped by overcoming electricity theft and line losses along with increasing the means of power generation.
Earlier, the session was scheduled to be held on September 13 but was postponed until September 17 due to the death of former first lady Kulsoom Nawaz.
According to constitutional provisions, the president has to address a joint session of the Parliament at the beginning of the first session of the National Assembly after a general election as well as the first sitting of the assembly in every parliamentary year.
Prime Minister Imran Khan, members of the federal cabinet and Parliament, chief ministers, governors, ambassadors, diplomats, members of civil society and important personalities from different walks of life are attending the joint session.
Special passes have been issued for the session. All leading entry and exit points would be strictly monitored and unauthorized vehicles would not be allowed to enter the federal capital without a thorough search.
Rangers officials along with police deployed to ensure foolproof security on the occasion

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