PM Imran Saved Pakistan More Than Rs. 2.3 Trillion: Shibli Faraz

Prime Minister Imran Khan saved Rs. 2,361 billion through his strategy and efforts during the last two years.

Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting, Senator Shibli Faraz, revealed this in a Twitter post on Sunday. He said that the amount is more than the country’s three-year development budget.


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Senator Shibli Faraz noted that $7 billion, equal to Rs. 1,100 billion as per the current exchange rate, were saved in the Reko Diq project, whereas $1.5 billion (Rs. 240 billion approx.) were saved in the Karkey project.

Similarly, Rs. 417 billion were saved in the Gas Infrastructure Development Cess (GIDC) case – which the Supreme Court of Pakistan recently ruled in favor of the government. Moreover, another Rs. 604 billion will be saved as a result of the new agreement with independent power producers (IPPs), he added.

  • Imran Khan is the most revolutionary leader of the 21st century. No one can match his vision and leadership skills. He is the only hope for Pakistan as 20 crore people cannot produce such a leader in a short span of time. He is doing economic wonders and Pakistan is now an example of progress for Western nations and India.

  • @razarizvi has the reko diq case been solve. Has the government renegotiated terms of deal. Please write a separate article on Reko Diq, Reko Diq mines and Reko Diq case.

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