Pakistan was on the brink of bankruptcy despite PTI record loan: Marriyum
ISLAMABAD: Information and Broadcasting Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb said on Sunday that ‘Tabdeeli Sarkar’ Finance Minister had admitted that Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI) had not borrowed 80%, but rather 76% of the entire loan taken by Pakistan since its inception.
In a tweet, she said they should be asked why the country was on the brink of bankruptcy when the then leaders took out the record loan.
She said they should tell the nation whether the loan was taken to improve the national economy or run the kitchen in Bani Gala, the residence of PTI chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan.
Meanwhile, Finance and Revenue Minister Miftah Ismail said on Sunday that the PTI government had added 79% external debt in 45 months, the highest debt and liabilities in the last 71 years of the government. country’s history.
In a tweet, the Minister of Finance said: “For the record: total public debt under PTI increased from Rs 24,953 billion to Rs 44,366 billion, an increase of 78%”.
He said total debt plus liabilities increased from 29.879 billion rupees to 53.544 billion rupees with an increase of 79%. The PTI added 79% in 3.75 years of all debt plus liabilities added over the previous 71 years, he added.
For the record: Total public debt under PTI increased from Rs 24,953b to Rs 44,366b, an increase of 78%. And total debt plus liabilities increased from Rs 29,879b to Rs 53,544b, an increase of 79%. PTI added 79% in 3.75 years of all debt + liabilities added in the previous 71 years. https://t.co/2cS3FUGOOz
— Miftah Ismail (@MiftahIsmail) June 12, 2022
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