Pakistan’s Information Minister Chaudhary Fawad Hussain on Tuesday said the newly-elected government has “lifted all political censorship in state-run media outlets”. Hussain tweeted that Pakistan Television and Radio Pakistan will now have complete editorial freedom over content.

The minister said the development was part of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision. “Drastic changes will be visible in the information department within the next three months,” Hussain tweeted. He asked the Information Ministry to “play a proactive role in promoting a positive image of Pakistan globally and directed concerned organisations to make earnest efforts to generate revenue by improving their programming and content”.

Khan was elected as prime minister on August 17. After claiming victory in the July 25 elections, he promised several reforms.