PM Shehbaz’s ‘criminal’ silence over soaring US dollar — it touches Rs210 mark, shameful for new PMLN led government

PM Shehbaz's 'criminal' silence over soaring US dollar -- it touches Rs210 mark, shameful for new PMLN led government

By Irum Saleem

    Where is PMLN led government Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif is hiding in the face of soaring US dollars.

    He perhaps going to some place with long boots to drain out pre monsoon rain water in Islamabad amid countless media cameras.

    Shehbaz and company used to lambast Imran Khan on depreciation of rupee but now he is observing a complete rather criminal silence over ‘murder of Pak rupee’.

    The US dollar on Friday as touched Rs208 in the interbank market by close.

    Although analysts attributed to a delay in the deal with International Monetary Fund (IMF) and rapidly depleting foreign exchange reserves responsible for sharp increase in dollar but one sees no government in place in Pakistan which is allegedly brought with the help of establishment to replace the Khan’s regime.

    The rupee has been consistently losing ground since the week began which has worried investors and is creating frustration among the stakeholders of the economy.

   What a shame for the PMLN. Ishaq Dar who has feld to London had claimed before this PMLN setup came to power that dollar price would be Rs160. It’s a shameful that the Sharifs give a damn to the people of Pakistan and ate more keen to save their skins by changing accountability laws. What Khan was saying about the Sharifs and Zardaris has come true. PAK DESTINY

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