Pakistan’s economy sinking fast since Shehbaz came to power: Imran Khan
Published10 months ago
UPPER DIR:- Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) Chairman and former Prime Minister Imran Khan on Saturday while addressing a public rally in Upper Dir said that Pakistan’s economy is sinking fast since Shehbaz Sharif came to power and global institutes have downgraded Pakistan’s ranking.
Taking a dig at incumbent government, Imran Khan said that we will not accept the imported government, adding that he wanted Pakistani youth to stand up for their rights. Israel, U.S. and India helped current rulers to oust the PTI government, he added.
PTI Chairman further said Shehbaz Sharif himself looking very nervous and there is a strange fear on his face and current rulers came to power under conspiracy and now they should take responsibility, adding that instead of taking serious measures they are doing irrelevant things.
The former PM while expressing anger over economy crisis said the rupee is downgrading constantly which will cause serious threats to national security while in just two months, coalition government crushed the people.
PTI Chief said the IMF had also pressured his government to increase fuel and electricity prices by Rs10 but he had instead decreased them by Rs10 per litre and Rs4 per unit, respectively.
“I will live and die in Pakistan,” Imran Khan said.
“The only way out of this crisis is clean and transparent election and Pakistan is ready for elections, the future of Pakistan will be decided by it’s people not by any other country. The government should be formed with the opinion of the people, no government should be imposed from outside,” Imran Khan said.
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