Imran Khan Pakistan: Pakistan will default, inflation will increase record breaking…. Imran Khan gave a big warning


Islamabad: Pakistan’s foreign exchange fund is continuously shrinking and in the meantime, former Prime Minister Imran Khan has given a big warning. Imran has reprimanded the country’s coalition government and termed the economic policies of PM Shahbaz Sharif as nonsense. Imran has said that if the country does not get a loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) soon, then it may default. Imran said this while addressing the workers of his party Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI). He said that the country has no other option and it needs help from the IAF at the earliest. This warning of Imran has also got the support of Dr. Sania Nishtar, former special advisor to the PM.

Lakhs of citizens left the country
Imran has taken a dig at the economic policies of the Pakistan People’s League-Nawaz (PML-N) coalition government. Imran said that due to bad policies, 7.5 lakh Pakistanis have fled the country in the last seven years. According to him, due to the ongoing economic crisis in the country, industries are continuously shutting down and the situation is becoming serious. He said that inflation will increase further in the coming days. PTI chief Imran has appealed to the citizens not to leave the country in this situation of crisis.
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‘Better to die than to beg’
Imran said that in a difficult situation a country fights together. Imran took over the power of the country in the year 2018. At that time he had promised that he would get Pakistan out of trouble. Earlier, Imran had given a big statement in the year 2015. Imran had said, ‘I would rather die than beg.’ Imran said that his life is also in danger but he will fight this difficult time by staying in Pakistan. According to him, standing and fighting is the only way to come out of any disaster.

meeting on the situation in the country
In a report that came recently, it was said that Pakistan’s last hope is now the bailout package from the IMF. Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves are decreasing. Along with this, inflation has also remained a big challenge for two years. It is believed that in the next six months, inflation will increase further and the problems for the public will also double. A meeting of the National Security Committee (NSC) was held last Friday. In this meeting, senior ministers and top military officers of the government were told about the difficulties facing the country on the economic front. According to Pakistani media, the Finance Ministry is facing a lot of challenges in keeping inflation and foreign currency rate low.


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