Bad days will come for Pakistan! The government itself warned its people that all the blame was on Imran Khan.

Pakistan, which is facing financial crisis, may have to face worse situation in the coming days. This claim has been made by the country’s Finance Minister Miftah Ismail. He has warned that the coming days are going to be very bad for Pakistan. He also said that the government will continue to control imports for […]
 


Bad days will come for Pakistan!  The government itself warned its people that all the blame was on Imran Khan.

Pakistan, which is facing financial crisis, may have to face worse situation in the coming days. This claim has been made by the country’s Finance Minister Miftah Ismail. He has warned that the coming days are going to be very bad for Pakistan. He also said that the government will continue to control imports for the next three months. In an incident in the Pakistan stock market, Ismail said that Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif The government of India is facing the brunt of the economic policies of the previous Imran Khan government.

Geo TV quoted Ismail as saying, “The budget deficit of the country was $1600 billion during the tenure of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government. The figure has risen to $3500 million in the last four years under the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government. If the current account deficit increases to such an extent, then no country will be able to develop and there will be no stability.

‘Can see bad days’

Ismail said, ‘I will not allow imports to increase for three months and during this time we will bring a policy. Growth will be affected to some extent, but there is no other option. In the last fiscal, Pakistan imported $80 billion. While exports stood at $31 billion. The Finance Minister said that the government will have to take immediate and short-term measures to save the country from possible defaults. “We are on the right track but bad days will come.