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Pakistan needs early election to save and strengthen democracy: Imran

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf chairman Imran Khan on Friday said Pakistan needs early election to save and strengthen democracy.
The PTI chairman took to twitter to criticize the Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz government over a World Bank Report that he said projected “Pakistan will miss all key macro indicators’ targets set for this fiscal year”.
The PTI chairman cited the World Bank Report which painted a grim picture of Pakistan’s economy in his tweets, calling for early elections.
He stated,“The World Bank, in a highly critical report, exposed the econ disaster created by PMLN. The Report warned that Pak’s macroecon conditions significantly worsened in the past 1 yr & heavy reliance on short-term foreign commercial loans wld create repayment issues for Pak.”

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