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Incompetent PTI's spokesmen posting tweets on destroyed economy: Marriyum

Incompetent PTI's spokesmen posting tweets on destroyed economy: Marriyum
May 30, 2021

LAHORE (92 News) – Pakistan Muslim League-N (PML-N) spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb on Sunday said that the incompetent spokesmen of the PTI are posting tweets on destroyed economy.

In a statement, the PML-N leader said that the fake government of PTI is telling lies to the people of Pakistan. "Lying every day after collapse of economy cannot save economy.

Marriyum Aurangzeb has challenged the PTI government to issue comparison of statistics of 2018 and 2021. "Growing the economy at 5.8 per cent, you have reduced it to -0.4 in three years," she said, adding that the government that comes from lies and forgery is alive on lies and forgery.

On the other hand, Minister for Finance Shaukat Tarin has said on Sunday that with the improvement of the country's economy, the revenue has also increased positively.

Addressing a budget webinar on Sunday, the minister expressed satisfaction over the economic growth. He appreciated the economic policies of Prime Minister (PM) Imran Khan. "When the PTI government formed, the economy was facing a severe crisis. The prime minister took tough decisions to revive the economy. Priority measures were taken to increase the value of the rupee."

The minister termed that the increase in foreign exchange reserves as a reflection of economic recovery and said that a record revenue of over Rs4,000 billion was collected this year. "More taxes will not be imposed on the taxpayers, however, tax evaders will be put in prisons," he added.

Shaukat Tarin further maintained that the country's development can only be achieved by increasing exports. "We are trying to reduce revolving debts. More than 40 industries related to the construction sector were also activated. Due to farmer friendly policies, the agriculture sector is moving towards development," he mentioned.