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Imran says he warned ‘neutrals’ PTI’s ouster would result in economic crisis

Former prime minister of Pakistan and Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said on Friday that he had warned the ‘neutrals’ that the economy would go into a ‘tailspin’ if his government was ousted.

Taking to Twitter on Friday, the PTI chairman said that “markets were waiting for policy and action”, but the new government had failed to perform. His tweet came hours after the rupee touched the 193-mark against the US dollar.

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This is the highest rate of the dollar against the local rupee in the history of the country.

Khan also said that the interest rate was the highest since 1998 and inflation also rose to almost 14 percent. He added that the reason for this was ‘low confidence’ in the government.

On Thursday, while speaking in Attock, he said that he had informed about the ‘conspiracy’ those who were supposed to foil it, but they could not do anything.

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He claimed that he told ‘them’ that the economy would suffer if this ‘conspiracy’ was successful, but nothing happened.

On Thursday, Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan challenged the Supreme Court’s decision against former deputy speaker Qasim Suri’s ruling regarding the no-confidence motion.

In his plea, Imran Khan said that the apex court had ordered on April 7 to proceed with the voting on the no-confidence motion on April 9. He argued that “there are several loopholes in the court’s April 7 decision that need to be reviewed”.

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