'Pakistan's Economic Challenges in the Spotlight as IMF Reviews Sector Subsidies,' says PM - Capital TV

May 29, 2023


‘Pakistan’s Economic Challenges in the Spotlight as IMF Reviews Sector Subsidies,’ says PM

Anum Razzaque

MUZAFFARABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif said that the country is facing numerous economic challenges and the IMF is reviewing the subsidies of each sector.

Addressing a special session of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Legislative Assembly (AJKL) on the occasion of ‘Kashmir Solidarity Day’.

The prime minister said the Founder of Pakistan Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah had declared Kashmir as ‘a jugular vein of Pakistan’.

He also mentioned that division has arisen in society and stressed the importance of unity among all parties.

However, He believes that the unity among parties will be a cause for concern for India and that practical steps need to be taken for the cause of Kashmir.

He concluded that when there is unity in society, it helps in achieving one’s goals and urged opponents to be aware of this.

Unity Gives Power & Strength

Meanwhile, “When a society moves with unity, its goals are achieved, giving it further power and strength,” the Prime Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif observed while addressing the Azad Kashmir Legislative Assembly.

He spoke about the current economic challenges the country is facing, but emphasized that seeing the unity of all parties today would surely worry India.

The Prime Minister referred to the Indian illegally occupied Jammu and Kashmir (IIOJK) and spoke about the gory incidents of cruelty and brutality committed by Indian occupation forces.

He recalled that Prime Minister Modi had deprived IIOJK of its special status in 2019. The Prime Minister assured the Kashmiri people that they would always stand in solidarity with them in their struggle for freedom from the illegal Indian occupation.

He also spoke about the lingering issue of Kashmir and Palestine and the atrocities being carried out, questioning why these issues could not be resolved after 75 years.

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