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    "Ishaq Dar"economy failed,rupee depreciated,debt increased to $81bn-Pervaiz Elahi


    MULTAN,March 22nd: Central leader of Pakistan Muslim League-Quaid-e-Azam Chaudhry Pervaiz Elahi has said that the ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz’s ‘Ishaq Dar economy’ had been exposed as rupee crashed against the dollar. Addressing the workers of Human rights wing led by Muhammad Tariq Zaman Gujjar provincial chief in Lahore ,he said  the government had been faking the economic achievements for the last five years under the ‘Dar economy’ introduced by former Finance Minister Ishaq Dar purely based on debts.Chaudhry said that recent  review report of IMF and decline in rupee value against dollar have unveiled the reality of government's claims regarding successful financial policy. He added that the rulers made the nation more indebted and the debt increased by Rs500 billion in just one day.He added that the PPP and PML-N befooled the people on this issue in the past and did nothing except for making political gains. He said that the PML-Q was seriously pondering over this issue and it provided all facilities in South Punjab . He said that "Creation of a new province in Punjab is imperative for bring good governance.He was of the opinion that corruption, poor governance and other issues could be tackled by creating a new province as administrative control over a province with over 110 million population was practically impossible. He advised the Muslim Leaguers to  kick off their election campaign in their respective areas by launching a mass contact drive . He said that we have achieved great success in Balochistan with the help of  allies. Tariq Zaman Gujjar highlighted the achievement of Muslim league in South Punjab and added that the it would create a new history at a place which used to be the fortress of Nawaz Sharif.

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