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Our friends also think we are beggars… If we call them, they will think they will ask for money, a different grief of Pakistan Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif.

Islamabad: The devastating floods have added to the woes of Pakistan, which is facing a political and economic crisis. The challenges faced by the former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan, the new Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif is also facing the same challenges. Speaking at a conference of lawyers, Shahbaz Sharif mentioned the weak economy of the country and said that even the friendly countries understand that we are beggars. “Today when we visit a friendly country or call them, they think we have come to ask them for money,” he said. Shahbaz also mentioned India’s economic development in his address.

Regarding the devastation caused by the floods, he said that the economy was going through difficulties even before the floods but this disaster has made it worse. He said that when he became the Prime Minister in April, Pakistan’s economy was on the verge of collapse. Shahbaz accused Imran Khan-led PTI government of increasing inflation. He said that the previous government had violated the terms of the agreement with the IMF, due to which the current government had no choice but to accept the tough conditions.

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Shahbaz Sharif said that countries with smaller economies than Pakistan have overtaken us today and even after 75 years we are walking around with a ‘begging bowl’. Shahbaz said, ‘I say by name, if at one time India was ahead of us in the field of iron, then we were ahead of it in textiles. The value of the Indian rupee was lower than the Pakistani rupee. Many such countries whose GDP was less than ours are talking to the sky today.

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Where does Pakistan stand today after 75 years? This is a deep question. We are always going round in a circle. Pakistan’s prime minister has warned of a possible gas crisis in the coming winter, claiming they are struggling to manage gas. Shahbaz said that the rains and floods have caused havoc in the country which is not seen in any other corner of the world.


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