Pakistan is facing a severe economic crisis these days.
Till now, only outsiders were harassing Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan, but now his own country is calling him an international beggar. Jamaat-e-Ismali chief Sirajul-Haq on Sunday called Imran Khan an international beggar. He said that the departure of Imran Khan from Pakistan is the solution to all the economic problems of the country. Along with this, he also appealed for fresh elections in the country.
Imran is unable to govern
Imran has come under sharp criticism after controversial deals with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the passage of a mini-budget in Parliament. Meanwhile, Sirajul Haque said that the current government led by Imran Khan is unable to govern the country. There is no place left for profit or loss from politics in the country. Imran Khan's departure will be the solution to all problems.
Told Imran the crisis of the century, Pakistan Peoples Party President Bilawal Bhutto Zardari also criticized Imran Khan. He even called Imran the crisis of the century. Said that they are using old parts in new machinery. This government has failed on every front.
Why is Imran being criticized so much
Pakistan is facing a severe economic crisis these days. The foreign currency debt on the country is increasing, while the government treasury has become empty. In such a situation, the government has to depend on the IMF for financial help. Recently, the Imran government has passed two bills. These are colloquially being called 'mini budgets'. The first bill deals with financial measures worth $360 billion. Under this, sales tax will increase in many areas. Whereas exemptions in income tax have been increased. Under the second bill, the State Bank of Pakistan has been completely freed from government control. The condition of passing both these bills was imposed by the IMF. It was only after the Imran government agreed to these conditions that it approved the loan for Pakistan.