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Relief from the economic crisis? – Mashreek TVAchi News

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Relief from the economic crisis? – Mashreek TV

Following Prime Minister Shabaz Sharif’s statement that he has managed the country since coming to power, the current political and economic situation was discussed under the leadership of the Prime Minister. On this occasion, the Prime Minister said that the problems with the IMF will be solved soon and we will soon come out of the economic crisis. Matters are under control. There is no need to worry about the Prime Minister’s opinion. , it is possible to express satisfaction with them only when the actual circumstances confirm his narrative, however, in the current economic situation, the general agreement of the Prime Minister seems difficult, and if he is attacked for a moment by the statements of the former governor. Party pointing to a weak economic situation, still look at the words of the current ruling party leaders, it cannot be styled.
For example, how can you refute the statement of former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi that people’s problems must be solved before they arise? In the national discussion held in Quetta about the rethinking of Pakistan, he rightly said that there is a need to talk about a new social contract in the country, the important point he raised as a topic requires deep thinking, if politics has changed. Enmity, human problems are still there. Shahid Khaqan Abbasi We all have been in the government but we have not been able to solve the problems of the country. After 75 years we have to look at how to improve the future of Pakistan. There are clues in the policies of the Tehreek-e-Insaf government, as a result of which the country’s economy is empty today, it cannot create political chaos. During his tenure, his refusal to put up walls of opposition parties and constantly refuse to talk about the country’s issues, which led the country to its current predicament, paved the way, and if today’s ruling government’s attitude towards Tehree-Insaf seems inappropriate, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s opinion is absolutely correct, no matter what. Although the parliament is such a forum, there is no forum where problems can be discussed, when the solution to the problems faced by the country and the people is found, Tehwasian – the Insaf government has done both. As far as possible in the government, Imran Khan not only disrespects the Parliament, but Imran Khan as Prime Minister and Leader of the House considers it not in his honor to meet with his rivals in the Senate and National Assembly. After the loss of power, his attitude became very strict and he was not ready to approach the parliament in any case, but in the house, the president of his party, Arif Alvi (must be independent), plotted against the government and to stop these plots, the speaker of the National Assembly raised 35/35 of the members of the National Assembly to protest one by one. He took a strategy. With that, Imran Khan’s comeback stopped. Purpose of Speaking Although this strategy followed by the government coalition cannot be said to be appropriate, its role in politics is the same. Meanwhile, another former finance minister and PML-N leader, Miftah Ismail, has been criticized for his negative remarks about his own government’s economic policies after being removed from the finance ministry portfolio. Whose enemy is the sky, why the quote can be applied. But his speech cannot be said that we should stand on our own feet instead of loans, taking loans from one country and giving them to another. Hats off, Miftah Ismail’s words are indeed bitter, but they are based on facts and principles, they should be criticized and should not be given any negative response, but serious consideration should be given to these questions. While government circles are talking about accepting the IMF’s terms, despite repeated efforts by the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Finance, and the restoration of relations with the IMF, there is certainly news to come. , the government should inform the public about what measures it is taking to protect the people. So it will be better.

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