Pakistan Economic Crisis: How will Pakistan get out of economic crisis? Imran Khan told the plan, counted these 10 points

Pakistan Economic Crisis: How will Pakistan get out of economic crisis?  Imran Khan told the plan, counted these 10 points

Imran Khan 10 Point Roadmap For Pakistan: Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan held a grand public meeting in Lahore on Sunday (March 26) Presented a 10-point blueprint of his party Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to rescue. 

In a public meeting held at Minar-e-Pakistan in the early hours of Sunday, Imran challenged the country’s ruling party to present a plan to rescue Pakistan, which is facing crisis on different fronts. The PTI chief said, “I challenge that the present government does not have the capability or intention (to save the country). If the government tells me that it has a plan (to get the country out of crisis), I will be on the edge of laughter.”

Imran’s 10-point roadmap to bail Pakistan out

According to the news of Dawn newspaper, 70-year-old Imran said, “I know what is the plan. They don’t have a plan.” Presenting a 10-point roadmap to PTI, the former prime minister said that Pakistanis living abroad would be encouraged to invest in Pakistan to attract foreign direct investment (FDI) and repeatedly appealed to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for help. ) does not need to go.

He said, “We will help all those people who export goods and bring dollars into the country.” Pakistan, which is facing severe economic crisis, has approached the IMF for the restoration of its loan program. Imran stressed that the country needs to take tough decisions to increase tax collection and exports. He said, “A major surgery is needed to set our house in order. Overseas Pakistanis will send their dollars to Pakistan if they are encouraged to do so.”

‘Need to increase taxes for progress’

Imran claimed that out of 22 crore Pakistanis, only 25 lakh pay taxes. He said, “There is a need to widen the tax base for progress.” The PTI chief also suggested giving loans to the youth to start business and reviving the loan scheme. Imran said that if voted to power, his government would promote tourism and focus on the mineral sector to increase revenue. 

The former Prime Minister said that after the formation of his party’s government, work will be done to increase the productivity of the agriculture sector in the country with the cooperation of China. Imran said the PTI government would take measures to curb money laundering and focus would also be on reducing the current budget deficit. 

Imran’s rally took place in such an environment, had to stay behind bullet-proof glass

To thwart Imran’s rally, the police had closed all major roads leading to Minar-e-Pakistan by placing containers and barricades, due to which people walked a long distance to reach the rally venue. In addition, internet services were disrupted in many parts of Lahore, especially in the rally area.

Imran lashed out at Pak government for arresting PTI workers

Ahead of the rally, Imran slammed the PML-N-led government and its handlers (indirectly the army) for arresting and torturing over 2,000 PTI workers. He said, “One thing is clear, whoever is in power, a message will be sent today that the passion of the people cannot be suppressed by barriers and containers.”

The PTI chief told the people in power that if they have an agenda to get the country out of the economic crisis, then they are ready to sit at home. Imran also said, “The way the corridors of power in Pakistan are behaving today, it seems that the only problem of the country is Imran Khan is the same.”

Also read- ‘I am not a terrorist…’, Imran Khan said – Shahbaz’s government itself was full of criminals, but 40 cases of terror were filed against me

Get the more latest world news updates

Scroll to Top