Pakistan Prime Minister trapped in economic trouble

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Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif, while pledging to prepare a comprehensive strategy against terrorism, said that if we do not fix the situation at home, then no one will come to our aid.

He said this while addressing the meeting of the Apex Committee on National Action Plan (NAP) and National Counter-Terrorism Authority (NCTA) in Islamabad.

He said that in order to improve the country’s economy, MPs should rise above personal likes and dislikes. Not only the leaders but many senior officers of the army also took part in the meeting.

The prime minister also criticized Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for not attending the apex committee meeting last month.

He said that after the Peshawar incident, he had invited all political parties, but PTI did not participate in it and now they are trying to solve the matter on the road.

On January 30, a suicide bomber blew himself up in a mosque in Peshawar during afternoon prayers. According to the news agency PTI, 101 people were killed in this attack and more than 200 people were injured.

Last few months have not been good for Pakistan. There is a period of continuous political and economic crisis in the country. The country’s economy is facing severe unrest and down fall.

On the other hand, the country is fighting various other issues of concern. Nearly one-third of the country drowned in floods, Pakistani rupee continues to weaken, foreign exchange reserves left only for a few days of imports, protests in many parts of the country, rising anger over inflation, dozens killed in deadly extremist attacks by TTP Pakistan is facing crisis like death these days.