Shehbaz blames power problem on last government
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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said the country will soon strike a deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), 24NewsHD TV Channel reported Monday.
This time, the conditions are very strict because the PTI government violated the agreement with the IMF, the PM told the assembly members of PML-N and its allied parties.
"We will take steps towards prosperity, but it will take time," he said.
The country is expected to receive Rs200 billion from the elite class," said the PM.
“Coal has become very expensive in the world. Billions of dollars are being spent on its imports from Pakistan. Coal will soon start coming from Afghanistan.”
He added that Pakistan could not get the required LNG supply, however, the coalition government was trying to seal the deal, no LNG ships were found for July, but efforts are underway, therefore, load-shedding may increase in July.
He added that Pakistan has escaped from being bankrupt. "The rich have been taxed directly for the first time and the country is expected to receive Rs200 billion from the elite class," said the PM.