Bilawal says PTI government has bowed down before IMF

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said on Wednesday that the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has bowed down before the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

“All of a sudden Governor State Bank, Chairman Federal Board of Revenue and Finance Minister were changed. Are the decisions being taken from somewhere else,” the PPP leader questioned while speaking to journalists outside the National Assembly. “The man who was taking a salary from IMF till yesterday has become our central bank’s governor,” he said. The PPP leader said that the provinces are on the verge of bankruptcy because of the incompetence of the federal government. He said that the labour unions are being weakened in all institutions under a conspiracy, homes are being demolished under the so-called anti-encroachment drives yet the government continues to remain silent on such grave issues. “When there will be political instability economy cannot take off,” the PPP chairman said. “In this time of financial crisis, the government has left poor on their own.” The PPP leader demanded the federal tax collection should be given under the Sindh government. Bilawal asked Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz to take a decision on the change of opposition leader with all due deliberations so that it maintains its principal stand.
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