PML-N Supremo Nawaz Sharif makes bold claims about India's economic situation
Nawaz Sharif, the leader of PML-N, asserted that India achieved economic progress by adopting the policies implemented during his tenure as Pakistan's prime minister.
Addressing the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry, he highlighted the positive impact of their policies on the national treasury, suggesting that if their era's development and policies had continued, the dollar's value would have been between Rs40 and Rs50.
However, critics, including former finance minister Ishaq Dar, have expressed concerns about the sustainability of PML-N's economic plans, citing issues with long-term viability.
Dar's handling of rupee value and stock market decisions, as well as his negotiations with the International Monetary Fund, faced criticism, especially when his predictions, like the dollar falling below Rs200, did not materialize.
Despite claims that their policies were endorsed by chambers and the business community, experts remain skeptical, emphasizing the need for a realistic and sustainable economic approach.