Pakistan: Imran Khan unveils 10-point roadmap to resolve Pakistan's economic crisis
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Sunday addressed a huge rally at Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore. During this, he also presented a 10-point roadmap of his party to get the cash-strapped country out of the economic crisis.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Sunday addressed a huge rally at Minar-e-Pakistan in Lahore. During this, he also presented a 10-point roadmap of his party to get the cash-strapped country out of the economic crisis. Addressing the rally, the chairman of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) lashed out at the country's ruling party. He said that the government should present its own plan to deal with the economic challenges facing the country.
Imran targets the government
Addressing the rally, Imran Khan said that the current rulers have no plan to save the country. "I challenge that the present rulers have no intention to save the country," he said. Pakistani newspaper Dawn quoted Imran as saying that I know that the government does not have any program regarding this.
Unveils 10-point roadmap to resolve the economic crisis
Announcing a 10-point program, he said that Pakistan should avoid repeatedly going to the IMF. During this, he said that overseas Pakistanis would be motivated to invest in Pakistan to attract foreign direct investment. "We will facilitate all those who export and bring dollars into the country," he said.
Need to take tough decisions for economic recovery
Khan stressed that the country needs to take tough decisions to improve its tax collection and exports and widen the tax base to achieve progress. He said that if expatriate Pakistanis bring dollars into the country, they should be encouraged. Khan said his government would promote tourism in the country and the mineral sector would focus on generating revenue. The former prime minister said that after coming to power, his government would increase agricultural productivity with the help of China.