Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday (May 24) while speaking at the fund-raising dinner of Shaukat Kahnum Memorial Caner Hospital in Karachi, said that although the coming two to three months are tough yet the government will steer the country out of the current economic crisis with the support of the people.
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He said ups and downs are part of life and instead of being scared one should face the challenges with courage. The Prime Minister said the nation could fight any kind of challenges with unity. Pakistan was a blessing of Allah Almighty and there was no dearth of resources here. The time was not far when the people from abroad would come here for seeking employment opportunities.
While quoting the examples of other countries, he said Germany and Japan were destroyed in the World War but with sheer hard work and commitment their people came out the crisis and made the countries developed ones.
The Prime Minister said when heavy flood hit Pakistan in 2010, the entire nation came forward and contributed generously for the flood-victims and within six months the country was out of the crisis. He said the economic challenges facing the country at present are created mainly due to the poor economic performance, and loot and plunder by the previous governments over the last 10 years.
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Its worth mentioning here that after the approval of IMF’s bailout package Pakistani rupees’ devaluation is continued and economy is in severe crisis.
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