Shahbaz: Be ashamed to ask, still give $ 1 billion… Watch the shameful video of Pak PM

Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharef Video: The economy of Pakistan is facing a serious crisis these days. The country’s foreign exchange reserves have reached the lowest level in history and the situation is that it has only 3 weeks of money left for imports. Pakistan is in danger of being declared a defaulter country, which is ...
 

Pakistan PM Shahbaz Sharef Video: The economy of Pakistan is facing a serious crisis these days. The country’s foreign exchange reserves have reached the lowest level in history and the situation is that it has only 3 weeks of money left for imports. Pakistan is in danger of being declared a defaulter country, which is already deep in debt. In such a situation, to avoid default, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is visiting many countries to take loans.

Now a video of Shahbaz Sharif has surfaced, in which he is seen humbly pleading with UAE’s King Mohammed bin Zayed Al-Nahyan for an additional loan of one billion dollars. This video is of Pakistani PM’s recent visit to UAE, in which Shahbaz Sharif can be clearly heard saying that he is being pressurized to demand money.

A Twitter user from Pakistan’s North Waziristan named Mateen Khan shared the video in which Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif can be heard saying, “I have come from UAE two days back.” There I met the Sadr (President) and my brother Mohamed bin Zayed. He treated us very kindly. At first I had decided not to take any more loan from him, but I made up my mind at the last moment and mustered up the courage to ask him for more loan. So I told him, you are the elder brother and I am very ashamed, but we have to do it. You know everyone. So give us another billion dollars.

Significantly, this video was shared on January 19 and now it seems that Pakistan has got the benefit of Shehbaz Sharif spreading such rumours. Because on the same day news came that the Abu Dhabi Fund for Development (ADFD) has extended its $2 billion facility with the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP).

On the other hand, as reported by Geo News, the UAE President has promised an additional loan of $1 billion in addition to increasing the existing loan of $2 billion. Financial aid from the United Arab Emirates has brought some relief to Pakistan, which is still grappling with devastating nationwide floods that are said to have caused more than $30 billion in damage.

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