If we do not increase exports, we will be stuck in IMF, Prime Minister

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Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that if we do not increase exports, we will be stuck in the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Addressing the International Chambers Summit, Imran Khan said that our government had incurred the biggest deficit in the history of the country and the whole world was in trouble due to inflation.

The Prime Minister said that the challenge of Afghanistan had come and a fear had arisen due to which people started buying dollars.

He added that remittances were the highest in the history of Pakistan at 32 32 billion.

The Prime Minister reminded that he had said that he would collect 8000 billion taxes, we collected 6000 billion taxes.

He said that the country would not prosper unless the industry developed, adding that oil prices in the country were still lower than other countries.

Imran Khan said that the companies made a profit of Rs 930 billion, the highest uptake of the private sector in 10 years was Rs 1100 billion.

The Prime Minister said that export and tax collection is essential for the future of the country.

He also said that tax collection in Pakistan is the lowest in the world, we do not have tax culture, they are trying to develop tax culture.

Imran Khan said that they are giving health insurance of Rs 1 million per family, with the help of health card one can get treatment in any hospital.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the Rawalpindi Ring Road project was delayed due to corruption, the alignment of the project was changed to benefit some people.

The Prime Minister said that the lands would be leased and given to the industry at cheap rates. The state of Madinah is the biggest revolution in the history of the world.

He said that the battle of rule of law has to be fought by all, the mafias do not want the rule of law in the country.


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