RAWALPINDI – Awami Muslim League (AML) chairman “Sheikh Rashid Ahmed” said on Friday(January-20) the policies of the government had pushed the national economy to the brink of collapse.
In a series tweets, the Ex interior minister said Pakistan was unable to get financial assistance from the IMF & foreign countries but the cabinet of PM “Shehbaz Sharif” continued to swell.
The prevailing situation had worsened to the point that after Allah, only the Supreme Court could save the country, Sheikh Rashid said, adding that early election could ensure stability. Pakistan had technically defaulted on international liabilities but a formal announcement was to be made, he said. He bemoaned that inflation had reached historic high.
Predicting massive protests against the government, Sheikh Rashid said people daily staged demonstrations outside Nawaz Sharif’s residence in London but he had no compunction.