What a silly Badnami was sleeping when Pmln and ppp were looting and now he is asking PTI previous 40 year mistakes. Pti didnt say they will make new paris in 2.5 years. They in the right directionBadami sahee keh raha hai. Donot make statements without knowlege and if it has happened then admit the mistake.
Dont understand you patwaris: the people that got us in this mess you kept quite 50 years and now you asking why this is wrong and that is wrong. Shame wrong question to wrong party.totally bullshit answer by shobaz gill. omar ayub was talking about new circular debt created every month. It was 40 billion/month in 2018 which was reduced to around 20 billion/month in 2019. However, back in 2019 when omar ayub made this statement there was no corona. When corona came in , govt decided to delay increase in electric prices. In fact govt actually forgave electric bills for business from April to June 2020. In addition, govt announced electric tariff subsidy for export industry. As a result of these measures, the monthly circular debt actually increased in 2020.
IMF program is suspended for the simple reason that pakistan govt has refused to raise electricity prices to the extent that IMF wants. Now govt has come up with a new strategy. They have renegotiated the price of electricity with power producers. As a result the cost of per unit will come down. At the same time, govt will increase electricity selling prices by 1-2 per unit. Thus the cost price and sell price per unit of electricity will be equal and there will be no NEW circular debt created going forward.
However, in all this discussion, the previous circular debt will remain and has to be cleared by the govt of pakistan through tax payer money.
There is whole new young generation of youtuber who are very well trained more, competetive and they are invading our main stream electronic media. There is no room for him in the current market his performance look frail and future looks bleak. At least he has nose to sniff.Badami has anew perfume line and he should stick to that business.