Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader Saad Rafique on Thursday (April 4) during his court’s appearance asked Finance Minister Asad Umar to apologise and resign over his remarks that Pakistan is “near bankruptcy”.
Finance Minister Asad Umar on Wednesday (April 3 ) said that we have to fill the big gap of debit and the country is near bankruptcy. “You are going to the IMF with these massive debts in toe for a bailout. We have to fill the big gap,” adding, “if you look at the numbers from PMLN time, there was double-digit inflation during PMLN time which we have thankfully not hit as yet” he said.
Saad Rafique was presented before the court as their judicial remand ended today. The court then granted a 14-day extension in their judicial remand. Speaking to the media he said said, “Umar’s statement is an attack on Pakistan’s integrity and not in national interest.”
“On whose saying and to please whom did he issue such a statement?” the PML-N leader further questioned., “There is nothing for citizens in Naya Pakistan except for tears.” “Pakistan is not safe in the hands of Imran Khan, his team is incapable,” adding that . “PM Imran had said he will make us cry, but he is making the whole nation cry.”
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27 September, 2019