Imran Khan outlined a 10-point plan to revitalise Pakistan’s underdeveloped nation in the midst of political unrest.
Islamabad News Pakistan’s political unrest is still ongoing. Shahbaz Sarkar and Imran Khan are in direct conversation. However, Imran Khan provided a 10-point plan on Sunday in front of a large crowd of people to help the poor Pakistanis out of the economic disaster. Imran Khan, a former Pakistani prime minister, hosted a sizable public gathering on Sunday in Lahore. A 10-point plan was given by Imran Khan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf Party (PTI) to save Pakistan from its economic crisis. In a public gathering held on Sunday at Minar-e-Pakistan, Imran pressed the nation’s governing party to offer a strategy to save Pakistan, which is in crisis on several fronts. Standing behind bulletproof glass, Imran addressed the audience while claiming that his life was in danger.
“I challenge that the current government does not have the capability or intention to “save the nation,”” the PTI leader declared. I would be on the verge of laughing if the government said it has a plan to “bring the country out of crisis.” Imran, who is 70 years old, allegedly stated, “I know what the plan is,” in accordance with news reports in “The Dawn” newspaper. They have no strategy..
It is essential to urge Pakistanis living abroad to invest.
Presenting a 10-point roadmap to PTI, the former prime minister said Pakistanis living abroad would be encouraged to invest in Pakistan to attract foreign direct investment, repeatedly approaching the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for help. There is no need to go. We will support everyone who exports products and brings money into the nation, he claimed.
Major surgery needed to fix Pakistan: Imran
Pakistan has asked the IMF to reinstate its loan Programe as a result of the country’s severe economic disaster. Imran Emphasised that the nation must make difficult choices in order to raise tax revenue and exports. Our house needs major surgery, he declared. Pakistanis living abroad will transfer money home. assuming they are inspired to do so.
Only 25 lakh out of 22 crore individuals pay taxes.
Only 2.5 million of Pakistan’s 22 crore citizens, according to Imran, pay taxes. For advancement, he asserted, the tax base must be expanded. The PTI leader also proposed reviving the loan Programe and providing loans to young people to start businesses.