The economic condition of Pakistan is deteriorating and the general public is suffering due to this. In such a situation, attacking the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government of Imran Khan, Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) President Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari called Imran Khan the crisis of this century. Gave. According to News International, Bilawal said that the current Imran government has failed on all fronts. He expressed displeasure over the deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Addressing the National Assembly, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said, there is a crisis in every century and the crisis of this century is Imran Khan. The government’s deal with the IMF will have a disastrous effect on the country. Bilawal said that the Imran government has made a weak agreement with the IMF and the country will no longer bear the burden of the agreement. He said that it is important to mention that the Imran Khan-led government is seeking to pass the Finance Bill 2021 and the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) Amendment Bill, which are prerequisites for a deal with the IMF.
Imran government wants to impose a tax on essential things: Bilawal
The PPP president said in the National Assembly that the Finance Bill 2021 will bring about a tsunami of inflation in the country. Bilawal said that through the proposed bills, the Imran government wants to increase taxes on cars, petrol, cycles, motorbikes, mobile phones, internet and other things. Further, referring to the election results of the local government in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Bilawal said that the PTI MLAs could not even defend the economic performance of the government in their constituencies. He said that PTI will soon face public backlash due to its poor economic policies.
Never seen such poor economic condition in history: Bilawal
Bilawal Bhutto said you are not only taxing imported goods, but you are also taxing locally manufactured goods. The government is imposing tax on eggs, chicken, and seeds. This is the economic killing of farmers. Bilawal said that such poor economic indicators have never been seen before in the history of Pakistan. He also rejected the SBP Amendment Bill. The PPP president said that the government is demanding through the bill to make the central bank accountable to the IMF instead of Parliament.