Miftah Ismail calls for ‘overhaul’ to strengthen Pakistan’s economy

Former finance minister and Pakistan Muslim League leader Nawaz Miftah Ismail on Sunday called for an ‘overhaul’ to strengthen Pakistan’s ailing economy, ARY News reported.

In his speech, Miftah Ismail said that Pakistan’s economy is going backwards day by day. And added that only 30,000 of the 2.2 million paid taxes.

“Pakistan is not working properly. which the IMF Saudi Arabia And China cannot be blamed.”

Miftah Ismail commented on the International Monetary Fund Agreement, saying: He was sacked by the government holding the position of finance minister. Because it has impressive deals with international lenders. The economy of Pakistan is much better compared to the present. During my tenure, Miftah retained it.

How can the IMF trust Pakistan after such a situation? he added

PML-N, who lamented the political game in Punjab, said the focus should be on revitalizing the country’s economy rather than surfing energy. ‘Political game’

Read more: Ishaq Dar promises to lower dollar rate to 180 rupees, slams Miftah Ismail

Since his sacking as finance minister, Miftah Ismail has been openly critical of the PML-N-led government.

earlier this month Ismail rebuked Isaac. Dar by questioning his high claim to lower the dollar rate to 180 rupees.




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