Bilawal Bhutto calls forfor revision of agreement  with the IMF 1

Bilawal Bhutto calls forfor revision of agreement with the IMF


Islamabad: Bilawal Bhutto, chairman of the Pakistani People’s Party (PPP), called for a revision of the agreement with the International Monetary Fund and said that the government should briefly discuss inflation and the economic situation of the country.

He said in an interview with the media that he was again abused today because the opposition was not allowed to speak about the bill of the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC). He added: “If the presidential palace is now used for legislation, the government must close parliament.”

He went on to say that the power of the Speaker should be used correctly and the current leadership wants to force the passage of the PMDC account. He expressed reservations about the bill and the National Assembly took a strong stance on it. He called for discussions on national issues and inflation in North America.

At the same time, the successor to the Bhut Dynasty said that the federal government had deliberately used the wrong procedure for the provincial government of Sindh. He added: “The security situation in the province has been affected by the position of the ruling party.” He hopes that Prime Minister Imran will resolve the issue this week.

The PPP President further stated that the current budget is the “PTIMF” budget, because the current government has transferred the country’s main institutions to global institutions. He added that incumbent leaders must take people into account because they are hit hard by inflation and unemployment.

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