Imran Khan reiterates plea for early elections to prevent economic catastrophe

The PTI chairman Imran Khan said that he had clearly told the strong people of the country that the industry was hardly being controlled and that if there was no good governance in the country and if you permitted political destabilization, then it would result in direct influence on the economy.

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The former prime minister claimed that those in positions of authority could have prevented the conspiracy from happening.

He added that in addition to warning them at the time, he also asked former finance minister Shaukat Tarin to warn them that the economic situation would worsen if political stability disappeared.

According to the PTI chairman, the declaration of quick elections was necessary if the nation was to emerge from its economic morass and its spiraling inflation.

The PTI leader maintained that there wouldn’t be any economic stability without peace and stability in his statement to the media while drawing comparisons between his administration and the current one.

Once more, he insisted that only new elections could bring about political stability. He insisted that unless there was political stability, nobody could preserve the economy and that “the administration doesn’t have any alternative to save economy.”

If the country’s leaders concentrated on settling corruption accusations involving themselves, the PTI chairman argued, the nation would not be capable of confronting its challenges.

If the nation continues on its downward spiral, appalling tricks won’t last for long and the PTI’s call for protest is not far away, he further said.

The former PM claimed that the postponement in the elections is causing loss not just to PTI but to the country.

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Imran reiterates plea for early elections to prevent economic catastrophe

In addition, he asserted that the PTI was Pakistan’s most well-liked party and that all of the “criminals” in power had come to realise they could not challenge it.

He claimed that the government’s ineffectiveness was the reason the PTI’s popularity graph was rising every day.

Imran attacked the administration for its poor economic achievements.

The PTI chairman alleged that the administration lacked credibility and asserted that despite the IMF agreement, the gdp should have stabilised. However, this did not occur.

He continued by saying that despite experiencing record inflation, the people received no assistance.

Imran added that the rupee was still losing value against the US dollar and insisted that the administration lacked any plans to revive the economy.

He compared the starting points of the governments formed by the PTI and PML-N.

When the PTI took office, Imran claimed, there was a $20 billion present economic deficit.

In addition, he noted that the PML-N-led administration has received $16 billion since taking office following the hardly a vote.

The former premier claimed they had left $16.2 billion in reserves but that they were now only $8.8 billion.

During the PTI administration, remittances increased to $31 billion from $19 billion, he remarked.

He pointed out that the Covid-19 epidemic response by the PTI government had been recognised by the international community.

He asserted that if the current authorities had been in charge during the Covid-19 outbreak, they would have immediately implemented a lockdown.

Imran refuted the assertion that the administration found the nation in a precarious financial situation by asserting that it lacked a strategy for dealing with the flood catastrophe.

He joked that many had believed that PM Shehbaz was the world’s saviour after Einstein, saying that the only roadmap of the existing government is to beg for assistance from the globe.