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systemic changes, not martial law or political leader, can raise Pakistan: Myftah

KARACHI: Former financier minister Miftah Ismail stated that neither the political leader nor the military situation could improve the situation. system in Pakistan until “we changes”.

Leader of the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz in exclusive interview with A private TV channel drew attention to problems faced Pakistanis, determined where these problems lied and offered some possible solutions to manage the situation.

He believed that if the Pakistanis had a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf (PTI) chairman, Imran Khan, his party paramount leader Nawaz Sharif, co-chair of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) Asif Ali Zardari or martial law, nothing will improve system until “we make a systemic changes”.

Myth, who served as financial minister under current coalition government for just over five months, spoke rather loudly about certain party decisions and especially politicians of current Minister of Finance Ishak Dar.

Because the former the king of finance was “fired” in September as senior management of PML-N wanted bring the Gift, Myth was not a part of of in governmenteconomic team and spearheaded the Rethinking Pakistan project. campaign along with other political leaders in attempt to reach consensus on V strategy rule the country out of crises.

“We still have half of our school children out of schools, which means they will grow up to be illiterate and half is yours population not literate, then I don’t care who finance minister it’s like in this country economy will not succeed,” he said, lamenting the conditions of V people in Pakistan who stagger with influence of V record-overcoming inflation, which he called “the worst challenge” for country at the moment. inflation based on consumer price index is synchronized in by 31.5% last a month later, nearly five decades later, assuming that with every day Pakistanis lose their purchases power.

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