‘If terrorism is business then no country…’, Jaishankar showed the mirror on the situation in Pakistan
New Delhi. External Affairs Minister S Jaishankar (EAM S Jaishankar) on Thursday indirectly referring to Pakistan said that no country can come out of its problems and prosper if its “basic industry” is terrorism. Asked whether India would help its neighbor which is facing troubles, Jaishankar said terrorism is a fundamental issue in India-Pakistan relations, from which no one can escape and “we are trying to solve fundamental problems”. Can’t deny.’
“No country can ever come out of a difficult situation and become a prosperous power, if its core industry is terrorism,” he said at the Asia Economic Dialogue organized by the Ministry of External Affairs here. ‘…If I have to take any major decision, I will also see what is the public sentiment. I will first take a pulse as to what my people feel about it. And I think you know the answer.
Pakistan is stuck in serious economic crisis
Let us tell you that Pakistan seems to be trapped in a serious economic crisis with the possibility of default in repaying foreign loans. According to data shared by the State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) on Monday, Pakistan’s current account deficit declined by 90.2 per cent to $0.24 billion in January from $2.47 billion in the same month last year. The balance of payment crisis coupled with import embargo has brought the country to the brink of payment default.
The ‘Dawn’ newspaper reported on Monday that the deficit has come down by 16.55 per cent as compared to December’s $0.29 billion. Analysts say that Pakistan, like Sri Lanka, is getting closer to economic crisis and African countries immersed in deep debt are also becoming a kind of crisis for China. China may also face problems due to debt default, whose economy is facing sluggishness.
Pakistan’s Defense Minister Khawaja Asif said in a shocking comment on Sunday that Pakistan has already defaulted on the payment. He said, “You must have come to know that Pakistan is going bankrupt or facing payment default. This has happened. We are living in a bankrupt country.”
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