ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has fulfilled its debts on schedule, and in the last 10 months, we have paid back 11 billion dollars, according to Finance Minister Ishaq Dar Reported by urdu news
According to a declaration from a federal minister, “We will make each foreign payment on schedule.”
A bizarre worldview, he said, “wants Pakistan to default, but those people have been repeatedly shown to be mistaken over the last several months.”
He said that Pakistan had timely repaid debts totaling $1 billion.
“There is a misunderstanding over my attendance at the IMF conference,” There have been rumors concerning my attendance at the IMF conference, whose itinerary was released many weeks before these sessions, Ishaq Dar stated.
To attend the World Bank and IMF spring meetings, I had to leave for the US on April 10, the finance minister remarked.
“There is now a constitutional crisis. To conduct elections in Punjab, the government must provide 21 billion rupees, the court has directed, he added. They said to the federal government that they will pay the amount to the Election Commission by April 10.
According to the prime minister’s instructions, Ishaq Dar said that he had canceled his upcoming American visit. The finance ministry has essential duty concerning money reported by urdu news
“The present economic and financial crisis facing the country was a gift from the previous government,” The IMF is reportedly the reason I can’t go to the meeting. It couldn’t do so since Pakistan has been a World Bank member and is not a beggar, the finance minister added.
He inquired as to how the IMF or World Bank could prevent him from traveling to the US. I’ll continue to participate in the spring meeting online, he said.