PM hopeful of IMF agreement in Fund’s board meeting

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Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that with great difficulty we did the IMF program because we had to save Pakistan from default, now there is a meeting of the IMF board on July 12, Insha Allah the IMF will have an agreement.

Addressing in Torgar, Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif said that the residents of Torgar have made great sacrifices for Pakistan and the blood of tribal elders is involved in the formation of Pakistan, the sacrifices cannot be ignored.

The Prime Minister said that if efforts were made, KP province including Pakistan would have developed very fast, but there is no use of mourning the past, we have to learn a lesson.

Shehbaz Sharif said that sadly this is not the Pakistan for which our elders sacrificed, unfortunately nepotism and bribery flourished in this country, but the country will move forward very fast and I believe that Pakistan will definitely move forward very fast.

On this occasion, the Prime Minister announced the construction of Danish School in Torgar and said that dozens of Danish schools have been built in Punjab where orphan children study, Danish schools will also be built for the children of the poor in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, education and health facilities are the basic right of the people.

Talking about the Sweden incident, Shahbaz Sharif said that the whole world is protesting against the desecration of the Holy Quran.

Regarding the IMF, he said that people sitting inside and outside Pakistan were praying for the country to default, with great difficulty we did the IMF program because we had to save Pakistan from default.

He said that I am thankful to the friendly countries who provided billions of dollars in difficult circumstances, I am thankful to Army Chief Asim Munir that he took 3 billion from Saudi Arabia and UAE, if all of them did not play a role in the development of the country, history will not forgive us.