Islamabad : Pakistan’s economy is currently going through the worst phase in history. Inflation is on the seventh sky. In such a situation, Pakistan has high hopes from the International Monetary Fund, but there are no positive signs from there as well. Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said on Friday that the International Monetary Fund is adding to our difficulties by not unlocking funds held up by the $6.5 billion bailout to his country at a time when the South Asian economy is facing an ‘unimaginable’ situation. Has been
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IMF has put a condition in front of Shahbaz Sharif government that all political parties will have to be brought on one platform. IMF will take a decision after consulting all the leaders. Here, according to the report of Geo TV, Shahbaz is seen bowing down in front of his opponents. According to the report, Pakistan’s Information Minister Maryam Aurangzeb said that the Pak PM wants to hold a meeting with the heads of all political parties, so that together they can find ways to deal with the country’s challenges. This conference will be held in Islamabad on 7 February.
Shehbaz Sharif made the comments on the IMF at a meeting of civilian and military leaders in the northwestern city of Peshawar, which he chaired to prepare a response to Monday’s mosque bombing that killed more than 100 people. The Prime Minister said, “Our economic situation is unimaginable. As you know, the IMF mission is in Pakistan and this is adding to our difficult times. You all know that we are short of resources.” He said that at present Pakistan is facing a very bad economic crisis.
Please tell that a delegation of IMF is visiting Pakistan.
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