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Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Central Secretary General Asad Umar expressed alarmed that the budget created a ‘Doomsday scenario’ as the imported finance minister himself admitted the bitter reality that the budget neither met the expectations of the people nor of the International Monitory Fund (IMP).

In a statement issued from Central Media Department (CMD) on Monday, Asad said that the imported government’s hurriedly presented budget caused widespread despondency in the country.

He mocked that the government presented a wonderful budget, as people were angry, bearish trend persisted in stock market and rupees continued to lose its value further. Asad Umar said that imported Federal Finance Minister Miftah Ismail accepted that the imported proposed budget failed to meet expectations of the countrymen and the financial body. However, he raised a question that then who was happy with the budget except the candy making companies?


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