Islamabad: The International Monetary Fund has agreed to provide an additional loan of $3 billion to Pakistan facing financial crisis and the first installment of $1.1 billion was to be given this month, but has not been disbursed yet.

The ILF has called for this bail-out-package for Pakistan’s main political parties, including the current main opposition Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf, which is likely to increase in numbers in the future. IMF has also asked for a guarantee for that survey.

The first name in this is that of Imran Khan.

ILF local representative Ester Perezroi said in a statement: “We are holding meetings with political parties. before the next national election; The purpose of the meeting is to get the support of those parties for the set objectives and policies as per a program of the IF.”

The ILF has approved a $ 3 billion package for Pakistan facing economic crisis, under which $ 1.1 billion was to be given this month, but it has not given it yet, because it is afraid that this amount will not be repaid. Will be able

Rahul Dev

Cricket Jounralist at Newsdesk

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