‘PM Shahbaz is roaming around the world with a begging bowl, but…’, Imran’s taunt on economic plight

Pakistan Economic Crisis: Pakistan’s economy is stuck in a serious crisis. Inflation is at its peak in Pakistan. Common people are not able to fulfill even the daily needs. Gradually the economic situation is getting worse. Meanwhile, PTI chief and former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan has taunted the Shehbaz Sharif government regarding the current situation in the country. Imran Khan said that Pakistan’s PM Shahbaz Sharif is roaming around the world with a ‘begging bowl’.

Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan also expressed concern over the possibility of falling to unprecedented inflation levels.

Shahbaz roaming around with ‘begging bowl’

PTI President Imran Khan said in an interview to a local news channel that Pakistan’s PM Shahbaz Sharif is roaming around the world with a ‘begging bowl’, but the situation has become so bad that now no one can give him a penny. Not even wanting to give. The PTI chief said that Shehbaz Sharif has been begging India for talks, but India has asked him to first lay emphasis on the end of terrorism, keeping a condition.

What did Imran say about corruption?

Imran Khan also alleged that Shahbaz Sharif has cleared his corruption cases worth Rs 1100 billion since coming to power. The only solution to these problems is fair and transparent elections. Former PM of Pakistan Imran Khan further said that India has always been emphasizing that it wants to establish normal neighborly relations with Pakistan, but for this it is necessary to have an environment free from violence and terror.  

charge of conspiracy to murder

Imran Khan was hit by bullets during a party rally in Wazirabad area of ​​Punjab province in the month of November last year.

Shahbaz’s remarks after UAE tour

The PTI chief’s remarks came shortly after Shehbaz Sharif’s two-day visit to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The Gulf country had agreed to extend a $2 billion line of credit to Pakistan and an additional $1 billion. It was estimated that this loan would provide some relief to Pakistan going through an economic crisis.  

Pakistan PM Shehbaz Sharif’s visit to the UAE came after the Geneva conference, where the international community announced nearly USD 10 billion to help Pakistan rebuild from the devastating floods last summer. was.

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