Addressing his party’s MPs via video, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman also spoke about the progress of India and Bangladesh compared to Pakistan.
Former Prime Minister Imran Khan. (file image)
Pakistan’s ousted Prime Minister Imran Khan said this on Wednesday targeting the leaders of the ruling coalition Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif Led by these ‘traitors’ destroying the country’s economy is now begging the world. At a donor conference in Geneva hosted by Pakistan and the United Nations on Monday, the international community pledged more than US$10 billion to help the country rebuild in a climate-friendly manner after last year’s devastating floods. This comment came from Khan.
Addressing his party’s MPs via video, the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman also spoke about the progress of India and Bangladesh compared to Pakistan. Khan said, just take the IT sector. India’s IT exports were US$1 billion in 2000 and have grown to US$140 billion today. And look where we stand today. Two families – Sharif and Zardari – have been in power for 35 years, but have not focused on exports.
Fraudsters have destroyed the country’s economy
Imran Khan said it was only because a ‘bunch of traitors’ was imposed on us. Khan said these fraudsters led by Shahbaz have destroyed the country’s economy and are now begging the world for the struggling economy.
Result of Sharif government policy
The situation in Pakistan is going from bad to worse. The pictures and videos coming out here seem like a country going through a severe famine, but it is the result of the wrong policies of the Sharif government. Here the price inflation has increased so much that a biscuit available for Rs.5 is being sold for Rs.50. The dough is almost finished. People stand in line for 24-24 hours to buy a bag of flour but the price has reached 3100 to 3500 taka.
People’s minds are sweating after seeing the condition of Pakistan. Although this country is a haven for terrorists and it is used by India, it is sad to see the innocent children here yearning for a piece of bread. Although financial aid was given to America and Saudi Arabia a day ago, it is difficult to say whether the food crisis will end or not.
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