Pak affords no debt return as its economy fainted due to Covid-19


Staff Reporter


The parliamentarians, journalists, civil society leaders, trade unions, women groups, lawyers, academic institutions, citizens and different walks of life of district Badin have been raised the burning issue of the debt cancellation and demanded for immediate debt cancellation and stressed the Federal Government to invest the said amount on the health, education and employment through social sector.
This demand was raised in the public forum titled “drop the debt, no health” organized by Laar Humanitarian and Development Program (LHDP) under the umbrella of ‘Tax Justice Coalition Pakistan’ and Indus Consortium on Friday in district council hall Badin aimed to create a wider platform of community leaders to raise the debt cancellation issue.
The event was attended by large number of elected representatives, journalists, civil society leaders, representatives of trade unions, women groups, lawyers, academic institutions and citizens including women and men. While addressing the participants, Ex-Naib Nazim, district Badin, Mr. Aziz Dero, expressed that pandemic has taken a devastating blow on the Pakistani economy adding that Economies all over the world, including Pakistan, have come to a screeching halt.

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