PTI government 100 days: Three key economic indicators of Pakistan move upwards
ISLAMABAD - Pakistan exports have increased to 4.6 percent in first quarter, remittances increased 13.6 percent and current account deficit 1.8 billion dollars monthly has decreased to one billion dollars.
Senate today resumed debate on motions regarding terms and conditions of all types of loans taken by government, recent price hike in gas and electricity prices and recent Dharna.
Taking part in the discussion, Senator Faisal Javed Khan said government is taking concrete steps to enhance exports of the country.
He said remittances have reached at its highest level. He said people of Pakistan demand accountability across the board. He said process of accountability will speed up.
Opposition benches criticized the government for reaching an agreement with protesters to end the sit-in held in Islamabad and other parts of the country.They also criticized the government for selective accountability.
They said government should fulfil the promises made during elections campaign. They said that loans from foreign countries will increase the inflation rate in the country.
Minister of State for Revenue Hamad Azhar informed the house that due to prudent policies of the government, country is moving in the right direction and it has averted the crisis of balance of payments.
He said modalities of package from China are being finalized and House will be informed after it is done.