Politics of the PTI chairman were damaging to the economy, and Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif hoped that the International Monetary Fund would resume the halted bailout plan because Pakistan had previously met all of the previous terms despite the country’s difficult economic situation.Saturday was a busy day for Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, who travelled to Lahore to attend meetings with former members of his party’s parliamentary faction.In addition, he sent out a tweet in which he accused the chairman of the PTI of being the catalyst for political unrest in the country, which in turn hurt the economy. It was a difficult effort, according to him, to draught the budget for the new fiscal year, especially when taking into consideration the obstacles that arose as a result of the post-flood rehabilitation, disruptions in the global supply chain, and geostrategic developments.
He added that the country’s economy suffered irreversible damage as a direct result of the political instability that Imran had generated. The most recent budget marks the beginning of efforts to address the issues and crises that the economy is currently facing. He stated that the economic situation was a top issue for the coalition government.As a means of providing relief to government workers and retirees from the impacts of inflation, the government has increased the salaries of government workers and pensioners. The economy is in desperate need of changes, economic development is intimately tied to political stability, and the only route forward for public prosperity is the Charter of the Economy.
The Prime Minister also extended his gratitude to everyone who continued to participate in this exercise and did their part in the process of formulating the budget.During this time, Shehbaz had a phone call with the President of Kazakhstan, Kassym-Jomart Tokayev. He stated that Pakistan placed a high emphasis on the bilateral relations it maintained with Kazakhstan. The Prime Minister expressed his happiness that flight operations between the two countries would soon begin, citing the importance of boosting tourism and improving people’s ability to connect with one another.
President of Kazakhstan
The President of Kazakhstan highlighted his country’s intention to improve their long-standing bilateral ties with Pakistan, describing Pakistan as an important country in the area. Kazakhstan and Pakistan have a long history of diplomatic cooperation. Both presidents concurred that there is a pressing requirement to deepen and broaden bilateral cooperation in the areas of energy, agriculture, information technology, and textiles. Shehbaz extended an invitation to the President of Kazakhstan to make an official visit to Pakistan at the earliest opportunity.
former Members of the National
After then, the Prime Minister had meetings with former Members of the National Assembly Marghoob Ahmad, Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman, Ghulam Abbas, and Abdul Ghaffar, as well as former Members of Parliament Mehwish Sultana. In addition to this, he spoke with Hafiz Nauman, Chairman of the Lahore Electric Supply Company (Lesco), who provided him with an update on the progress of the Prime Minister’s Solarisation Project.