Imran Khan IMF Loan Record: Imran Khan has broken all records so far by taking a loan of $ 40 billion in his 3-year tenure. Even after doing this, Pakistani PM Imran Khan is claiming that the country’s economy is better than India.
Poor Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has claimed that Pakistan’s economy is better than India. This statement of Imran Khan has come at a time when Pakistan is standing at the door of the International Monetary Fund for a loan of $ 1 billion. Imran Khan, who came to power in the year 2018, has taken a loan of $ 40 billion in the last 3 years, breaking all the records of taking loans so far.
According to the famous Pakistani journalist Hamid Mir, Imran Khan always shows himself to be the saver of Pakistan from crisis. He often says that a country takes too much debt only when its leaders themselves are corrupt. Imran Khan had claimed before coming to power that he would prefer to lay down his life instead of pleading for a loan. However, after coming to power, Imran Khan has forgotten his own statements. He has broken all the records set earlier by taking loan of $ 40 billion in the last 3 years.
Pakistan on the verge of financial bankruptcy
Pakistan’s opposition parties are now asking Imran Khan to stick to his word and since he has mortgaged Pakistan’s economic sovereignty to the IMF, the PM should give his life. At the same time, some experts are even claiming that Pakistan has reached the verge of economic bankruptcy. Now the biggest question has become in Pakistan whether Imran Khan will be able to save Pakistan from economic devastation or will he lose his government before the elections to be held in the year 2023.
Imran Khan had proved to be the luckiest prime minister ever after coming to power and he had the full support of the country’s powerful army. Not only this, the opposition had also become weak and was divided. After having fun for almost 3 years, now Imran Khan’s own government is in trouble. Imran Khan’s downfall began in September last year when his party PTI lost in the local body elections held in the military residential area.