Pak Army takes charge to revive sagging economy


Islamabad: The Pakistan Army has now taken up the task to rescue country’s sinking economy. General Qamar Javed Bajwa takes the charge to revive sagging economy.

This is being seen as a silent coup in Pakistan as the Army in Pakistan is always suspected to have the final say over country’s politics and foreign affairs.

The Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa has held meetings with top business leaders to find ways to bring the economy back on track.

According to reports he has held three such secret meetings in Karachi and Rawalpindi. The Army headquarters are located in these cities.

Bajwa  has deliberated with top business leaders of the country on the economy’s revival. He also invited suggestions from them what steps could be taken for creating favourable conditions for them to invest in the country.


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