SC terms Imran Khan an honest and trustworthy: Asad Umer
Federal Minister Asad Umar said, the Supreme Court said that Imran Khan is honest and trustworthy because the Prime Minister has brought money from abroad to Pakistan.
According to details, responding to the statement of PML-N leader Khawaja Asif, Federal Minister Asad Umar said that in view of the present government, revenue has increased by 17%, foreign investment has been 2% higher than last year. The central bank’s reserves have increased by 50 per cent over the previous year and imports have declined and exports have increased.
He said that the leader whose properties are out of the country and also goes abroad for treatment should stop imitating him and the Prime Minister Imran Khan brought money from abroad to Pakistan, the Supreme Court has also said that Imran Khan is honest and trustworthy.
Asad Umar said that Khawaja Asif started talking on Coronavirus and ended on Corona. It is said that COVID-19 has spread in the country due to poor policy of the government while these people also know that the affairs regarding Corona are on the heels of Imran Khan.
He said that when 654 corona cases were reported in India, the worst lockdown was announced and despite the worst lockdown, there were more than 988,000 corona patients in India on June 1 to stop the spread of corona. The lockdown policy has been failed worldwide.
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