PDM chief raps US, IMF for pressurizing Pakistan

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Tariq Saeed
Peshawar

President of the ruling alliance Pakistan Democratic Movement and Secretary General of Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan-F Maulana Fazal Rehman Monday rapped the International Monitory Fund for putting pressure on Pakistan at the behest of what he said its master America for new installment of loan.

The PDM president also came hard on the United States which the Maulana said no longer held the title of the Super power and was resorting to worst kind of human rights violations.

“Look who is talking of the human rights; the one whose own hands are sunk in the blood of human rights violations. US is the biggest violator of the Human rights,” he said in a news conference in Peshawar on Monday.

He said IMF was the slave of the America and acts as per US advice and was black mailing Pakistan for the new installment of loan. Fazal stressed the United States had no right to pressurize Pakistan and her parliament. He said today America is expressing concerns for the Qadianis’ rights, whereas, it has resorted to worst kind of human rights violations in Afghanistan where it imposed war on the Islamic country for long twenty years.

The Maulana said Pakistan was confronting worst kind of economic and other crises since last many years adding the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province was at the verge of economic collapse.

“We have to make policy keeping in view the interests of Pakistan without having dictation from anybody. To save the country’s economy we have to make our own bold decisions and we will never compromise over our economic sovereignty”. Maulana Fazal vowed.