Says Pakistan has still not secured funds under IMF programme.
Says China has “extreme reservations” regarding US conditions for aid
Former Interior Minister Sheikh Rashid Ahmed on Sunday is now weighing the possibility of leaving the government with PML-N leader Nawaz Sharif, who decided to oust former Prime Minister Imran Khan in a no-confidence vote. said.
“No-confidence motion decision taken in London. Same Nawaz Sharif now talking about leaving government,” Rasheed tweeted, pointing a gun at the PML-N leader again .
He said the country was in an “economic deadlock” and people could not pay their electricity and gas bills along with fixed taxes.
The politician went on to say that the coalition “continued to hold ineffective press conferences” but that Imran Khan “taken over” after a brief election campaign.
“While he [Imran Khan] is a hero, the government is at rock bottom,” said Rasheed, an aide to the former prime minister.
In another tweet, Rashid continued, “Neither China, Dubai, Qatar nor Saudi Arabia are helping Pakistan this time, and the country has secured funding under the International Monetary Fund (IMF) bailout programme.” I haven’t,” he explained.
“China is very reserved about US aid terms, but Pakistan has reserved only 45 days for her, not 90 for her,” wrote the Awami Muslim League leader.
Rasheed then criticized JUI-F chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman, accusing him and outlaw Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) of turning the once federally controlled tribal areas into Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said he has “the same stance” on the merger.