Nawaz Sharif Comments on Pakistan Seeking Funds While India Achieves Moon Mission

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) leader, aged 73, claimed India adopted economic reforms similar to those initiated by his government in 1990.

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif. (Image Source: Wikipedia)

Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, currently in self-imposed exile in the UK, criticized Pakistan’s economic situation, contrasting it with India’s achievements. He lamented Pakistan seeking international funds while India made strides, including reaching the moon and hosting the G20 summit. Sharif attributed Pakistan’s economic woes to past military leaders and judges.

He claimed that India had followed economic reforms he initiated in 1990 during his government. Sharif pointed out that India’s foreign exchange reserves grew significantly since then, reaching $600 billion, whereas Pakistan faced severe economic challenges.

Sharif announced his return to Pakistan on October 21 to lead his party’s political campaign in upcoming elections. He accused the military and judiciary of conspiring to remove him from office in 2017, alleging involvement by the then-army chief and the ISI chief. He pledged to hold them accountable and vowed his party’s victory in the upcoming general elections.

Some political observers noted potential shifts in alliances, with PPP leaders suspecting the PML-N’s closer ties to the military establishment.

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