Asad Umar’s exit before budget is a severe loss, says Muhammad Zubair
KARACHI (92 News) – Sindh former governor Muhammad Zubair said that the country would suffer a severe loss by the departure of Finance Minister Asad Umar before the budget and in the last phase of the talks with the International Monetary.
He said that Asad Umar was a golden boy of the PTI. “If this can happen with Asad Umar, anyone in the party could face the same fate,” he said.
The Sindh former governor said that Imran Khan had not planned anything. “There was no reality of the dream given by the PTI. Its responsibility lies on the Imran Khan who had been deceiving the masses,” he said.
PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb said that if PTI’s and Asad Umer’s policies were so good, and the problems were from PML-N government, then why was he asked to step down.
“This is an admission by Imran Khan that his policies have created an economic crisis in Pakistan. The real problem is not Asad, it is the PM,” she said.
If PTI’s and Asad Umer’s policies were so good, and the problems were from PMLN government,then why was he asked to step down.This is an admission by IK that his polices have created an economic crisis in Pakistan. the real problem is not Asad. It is the PM.@pmln_org @PTIofficial https://t.co/GYIhL9qPue
— Marriyum Aurangzeb (@Marriyum_A) April 18, 2019
Economist Dr Farrukh Saleem said that the PTI government had badly failed. “No policy was formulated except to the policy of getting loans,” he said.
Senior analyst Arif Nizami said that Prime Minister Imran Khan had caused a severe loss to the country along with him.