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India reached moon, hosted G20 Summit and we are begging for funds, laments ex-Pak PM Nawaz Sharif

Former Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif. Reuters File Photograph

Addressing a gathering of his occasion PML(N), former Pakistan Prime Minister stated that India reached the moon and efficiently hosted the G20 Summit whereas Pakistan was begging different nations for cash to remain afloat.

Addressing the occasion assembly in Lahore nearly, previous to his return to Pakistan, Sharif stated, “Today, Pakistan’s Prime Minister is going from one country to another to beg for funds while India is setting foot on the moon and hosting world leaders at the G20 summit. Why couldn’t Pakistan achieve similar feats? Who is responsible for our shambolic state?”

The previous PM added that the poor had been struggling for meals in Pakistan. “What have we done to our country?” he questioned.

Criticising the continued state of Pakistan’s financial system, Sharif stated, “Those who did this to our country are the biggest criminals.”

The Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo claimed additional that India had adopted financial reforms initiated by his authorities in 1990.

“When Atal Bihari Vajpayee became the Prime Minister of India, it had only a billion dollars in their treasury. Now, their foreign exchange reserves have risen to USD 600 billion,” Sharif stated.

He added that Pakistan was having to beg different nations for even one billion {dollars}.

“We are begging for even one billion dollars. What have we come to? Where do we stand in India’s eyes? We are asking for money from China and the Gulf,” Sharif famous.

In the meantime, Shehbaz Sharif stated that his brother and Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) are set to reach in Pakistan on 21 October, Pakistan-based Geo Information reported.

Pakistan is reeling from one in every of its worst financial and political crises which have impacted the lots. Because the nation grapples with a extreme financial disaster and hovering inflation, this monetary security web of the individuals of Pakistan seems to be eroding, Daybreak reported.

Just lately, as Pakistan continues to face financial challenges, the Worldwide Financial Fund made it harder for the nation to trip its fiscal challenges, because it rejected a proposal for any tariff adjustment or provision of further subsidy, Geo Information reported.

Earlier, in July, amid the sweeping financial disaster within the nation, Pakistan elevated the electrical energy base fee by Pakistani Rupees (PKR) by 7.5 per unit, leading to huge disquiet and upsetting widespread protests.

Pakistan’s Ministry of Finance has warned of challenges originating from unsure exterior and home financial environments, together with increased inflation and exterior debt repayments, resulting from lesser international trade inflows, in line with Geo Information.



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