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Ishaq Dar seeks Allah’s help in saving economy of Pakistan

He expressed these views while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Green line Express Train service in Islamabad. Dar said that he has full faith that Pakistan would progress because it is created in the name of Allah.

Finance Minister Ishaq Dar seeks Allah Almighty’s help to save the economy of Pakistan Friday. He said that Pakistan was founded in the name of Islam and Allah and Almighty are responsible for its development and prosperity.

He expressed these views while addressing the inauguration ceremony of the Green line Express Train service in Islamabad. Dar said that he has full faith that Pakistan would progress because it is created in the name of Allah.

If Allah can make Pakistan, he can develop, protect and make it prosper it. The finance minister said, “they are trying their best to improve Pakistan’s condition under Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s leadership”.

Dar asserted that the present government is making every effort to relieve the economy and the government is working day and night. “The team is trying to improve the situation ahead of the elections,” said Dar.

Dar is blaming the previous government for the economic debacle. He said that Pakistan was undergoing economic growth in the previous term of Nawaz Sharif between 2013 and 2018. The economic downturn started when Imran Khan came into power.

 

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“People can see the destruction the country suffered in the last five years, and they know who has delivered in the past,” Dar added. Finance Minister had asserted to bring the dollar under 200.

Pakistani currency plunged drastically against the dollar since the beginning of this week. His statements received strong backlash on social media.

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Netizens are demanding Ishaq Dar resign for ruining the economy. The government of Pakistan had uplifted the artificial upper cap from the Pakistani rupee. According to the latest reports, the rate of the dollar in the open and black market has inched closer.

The rupee closed at 262.6 per dollar in the interbank market, down 2.7 percent, on Friday, after a 9.6pc slump on Thursday, which was its biggest single-day dip, according to the central bank.