IMF Pakistan Loan: Despite the efforts of the opponents, Imran remains the star of Pak politics, the IMF officials who gave the loan of $ 3 billion met

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Pakistani media has come under fire for blurring the image of former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan during the live telecast of the IMF meeting.

Since coming to power, a name continuously remains in headlines in the politics of Pakistan. Sometimes because of the attack on himself, sometimes for more than 100 cases and arrests. Former Prime Minister Imran Khan remains the star of politics despite all the efforts of his opponents. Now the International Monetary Fund (IMF) officials, who announced a loan of $3 billion to Pakistan, have met Imran Khan. For which IMF officials specially reached Lahore. In fact, IMF has sought the support of major political parties there for the bailout package of billions announced for Pakistan. Which includes Imran Khan’s PTI, ruling Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz, Pakistan People’s Party.

Imran’s picture was blurred

Pakistani media has come under fire for blurring the image of former prime minister and PTI chairman Imran Khan during the live telecast of the IMF meeting. Top news channel ARY is facing severe backlash from PTI supporters in Pakistan. The picture of former PM Imran Khan has been censored and blurred in the file footage shown on the channel. The footage of IMF representative and former foreign minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was crystal clear.

$ 3.5 billion from China, $ 3 billion from Saudi and UAE

Cash-strapped Pakistan has submitted a financing plan to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to pay off foreign debts, in which $8 billion is reported to have been arranged. According to local media reports, the Pakistan government has informed the IMF to arrange foreign debt payments of $8 billion instead of $6 billion. According to a report published in the newspaper The Express Tribune on Saturday quoting sources, the financing plan submitted to the IMF calls for $3.5 billion from China. Apart from this, Pakistan will get two billion and one billion dollars from Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates (UAE) respectively.

$500 million from the World Bank

Pakistan will also get $500 million from the World Bank and $250 million from the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB). Finance Ministry officials said that Pakistan is also going to get $350 million agreed during the Geneva conference. On June 29, an emergency agreement was reached between the Government of Pakistan and the IMF to provide three billion dollars to Pakistan facing economic crisis. The emergency agreement will be reviewed in the meeting of the Board of Directors of the Monetary Fund on July 12. The Pakistan government, which is trying to overcome the financial crisis, has set a target of raising Rs 11.10 lakh crore in debt financing from domestic commercial and Sharia-run banks in the July-September quarter.

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