Prime Minister Imran Khan has chose to expand his cabinet with the inclusion of four new members, the PM Office announced on Saturday.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday termed water crisis to be the biggest issue of the country and sought assistance from overseas Pakistanis to help overcome it.
"We will not become part of a war of any other country (in future).Our foreign policy will be in the best interest of the nation", he said.
With the share of overseas Pakistanis in the overall donation collection being remarkable, it is being speculated that Pakistani-American billionaire businessman and philanthropist Shahid Khan has announced donating $1 billion for the construction of dams in Pakistan.
"I want to take over the fund-raising and want overseas Pakistanis to contribute like they used to do for the Shaukat Khanum Cancer Hospital, he said. We have to start making dams from today", he added.
"The government will bring meritocracy and transparency in all sectors by following the golden principles of state of Medina", he said.
"Kashmir is the core issue between the two countries and it should be resolved through talks", he said. "No other nation has fought the war on terror like the Pakistan Army".
Outgoing President Mamnoon Hussain said that people of Pakistan demonstrated unsurpassed national unity and stood by their armed forces to thwart the evil designs of the enemy.
"Pakistan believed in peaceful coexistence and wanted to promote mutual cooperation with all its neighbours and the entire world on equal basis", he said. He also paid a tribute to the Kashmiri brethren for their struggle for right to self-determination. "The resolution of Kashmir issue according to the United Nations resolutions was indispensable", Imran Khan was quoted as saying by news agency PTI.
Bajwa made the statement on Thursday while speaking at the Defence and Martyrs Day to commemorate the 1965 and 1971 wars with India, reported Geo News.
He said that Pakistan Army is the only intact and functional institution of the country.