Nawaz says that if his party’s development model and policies had continued, the dollar would have been at 40 or 50.
- Nawaz says that if the policies had continued, the dollar would have been at 50.
- It is said that Pakistan is in a bad situation because of its own decisions.
- It is said that the country was given to a person who harmed the entire system.
While advocating his party’s policies before businessmen, Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) supremo Nawaz Sharif shared that India was able to achieve economic success by adopting Pakistan’s policies.
In his address to the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Nawaz said that the PML-N is aware of the economic problems faced by the country. He also assured him that his party would continue to take his advice as it had during his previous tenure in the government.
Nawaz, who is leading his party’s campaign after returning to the country, said, “Pakistan’s business community implemented our policies and India adopted our policies and achieved economic success.”
Nawaz returned to Pakistan on October 21 after four years of self-exile in London and has since been busy strengthening his party’s base and meeting various political and business leaders in the run-up to the February 8 elections.
In her first interaction with businessmen in Lahore, the PML-N supremo said that during her tenure as prime minister from 2013-2017, Pakistan was ranked as the 24th best economy and the dollar for four years. Was controlled at 104.
“If our development [model] And had the policies continued, the dollar would have been at 40 or 50,” the three-time prime minister claimed.
He said that when his government conducted nuclear tests in 1998, Islamic countries started looking at Pakistan as their protector.
“Today the situation has become such that we have become dependent on [them for] Nawaz said, 1 billion dollars, we have shot ourselves in the foot and these bad situations have arisen because of our own decisions.
Recalling his tenure, Nawaz reminded businessmen that the policy rate was 6.5 percent. He said today the rate is 22% and wonders who can do business in such an environment.
“We ourselves harmed our Parliament and Prime Ministers and then whoever handed the country over, the rupee, the economy and the entire system suffered losses,” the PML-N leader said.