Islamabad: On Wednesday, Prime Minister Imran Khan has presented his vision of making Pakistan a Madina like state where everyone would be free to enjoy his or her life.
He disagrees with the concept of making Pakistan an “Asian Tiger” as it was promised by the previous rulers. He encouraged the idea that in order to make this country a peaceful land, we must follow the footsteps of our beloved Prophet (PBUH).
“The vision for a person determines how far he will go in life. Nations also have visions, and unfortunately, previous leaders had a vision that Pakistan would become an Asian Tiger.” By saying this, he is actually referring to the PML-N government and its policies.
“It is a small vision. In my vision, I dreamed of making Pakistan a welfare state like Medina. My vision is based on the lessons of history, and there is a reason we should learn from history. Pensions were started first in the state of Medina,” he added.
While addressing at a ceremony of laying the foundation of the new campus of the Air University, Islamabad, the premier explained to the students that they should not be afraid of dreaming big. He said,
Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him)
“Do not be afraid of dreaming big. Education is a sacred duty. We have to move towards understanding that education was also the vision of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).”
He went on explaining how dreaming big can actually make your life better. He told the students about his life experiences saying that “My life experience tells me humans have been given the power to turn into reality whatever they can picture. Mankind is the best of the creations (Ashraf-ul-Makhluqaat).”
He explained that “We live all our lives without realizing our potential. We do not dream. We are afraid of dreaming big and going after big things.
PM Imran Khan explained that with the grace of Allah, Pakistan is going towards economic stability and soon the good days will prevail in the land.
“The people of Pakistan faced harsh times in 2019, but now, thanks to the Almighty, the economy is stable and I foresee 2020 to be a year of growth for Pakistan.”