According to the businessmen who met Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir, the Army Chief has said that no political party is sincere to Pakistan. President FPCCI Irfan Sheikh said that the army chief named 8 to 10 politicians and said that they were on motorcycles and are now abroad.
Pakistan Army Chief General Asim Munir was met on September 3 by businessmen from Karachi and Lahore, including prominent businessman Zubair Motiwala.
Speaking in the program of famous anchor “Nadeem Malik” yesterday, Zubair Motiwala said that the Army Chief also said in the conversation that no political party is sincere with Pakistan.
What economic plans did the Army Chief share with the businessmen?
Amidst the desperate economic situation, a soaring dollar and continuous crisis of wheat, and cotton, Army Chief General Asim Munir has indicated the bright future of the country in view of the large foreign investment coming in various sectors.
In a four-hour-long meeting with about 50 businessmen in Karachi on Saturday (September 2), the army chief said that he had informed Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman during his recent visit to Saudi Arabia that he was just one of Pakistan’s They did not come there to invest 2 billion dollars.
Later, Prince Mohammed bin Salman assured the army chief of a $25 billion investment in Pakistan under the Special Investment Facilitation Council (SIFC) aimed at ensuring land supply and exports in the agricultural sector. To attract investment.
Sources say that the army chief has asked the Saudi prince to allocate 10 billion dollars to overcome the country’s foreign exchange problems, which will be returned in rupees.
Referring to the meeting held in the United Arab Emirates, the Army Chief also requested the ruler of the United Arab Emirates to provide 10 billion dollars to improve the situation of foreign exchange reserves, to which the ruler of the United Arab Emirates reportedly agreed. Revealed, the ruler of the United Arab Emirates has also promised to invest another 25 billion dollars if the army cooperates.
General Asim Munir also assured businessmen to bring 25 to 30 billion dollars of investment from Qatar and Kuwait in his next visit to improve the country’s economy.
He said that he will try to bring investments of 75 billion to 100 billion dollars from Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Qatar and Kuwait.
A businessman who participated in the meeting said that the Army Chief has also disclosed that land levelling is being done in different areas of Punjab, Sindh and other provinces to encourage foreign investment in various crops.
Sources said that General Asim Munir also hinted not to go to the International Monetary Fund (IMF) for any new program as the IMF does not allow it to function independently and also hikes electricity rates. This is part of the program.
In the meeting, along with gas, electricity, exports and corruption, the role of bureaucracy was also discussed. On the smuggling of Iranian petrol, he told the Corps Commander that Iranian petrol should not reach Karachi.
Issues related to corruption in Sindh, the culture of tax evasion, privatization of SOs, repatriation of illegal Afghans and non-submission of tax returns were also discussed during the meeting.
A businessman termed the meeting as highly encouraging as the positive results will emerge at a time when the country is facing a deep crisis in sugar and wheat and the dollar continues to appreciate against the rupee.
He said that in light of the meeting held on Saturday (September 2), a follow-up meeting has been arranged with Corps Commander 5 in Karachi.
He said that General Asim Munir seems determined and optimistic to bring in huge foreign investment from Muslim countries and this will definitely make a difference to the economic prospects.
Chairman of Businessman Group Zubair Motiwala, President of Karachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry Tariq Yusuf, President of FPCCI Irfan Iqbal Sheikh and some prominent businessmen of Karachi participated in the meeting.
President FPCCI Irfan Shaikh while speaking in the program said that Pakistan army chiefs are very active and concerned about the Pakistani economy, and very soon many political figures will be brought to justice.
Irfan Sheikh said in the meeting that the army chief named 8 to 10 politicians regularly and said that these people used to ride motorcycles, but now they have got money and they have gone abroad.
Irfan Sheikh said that from the conversation with the Army Chief, it seemed that all these politicians would be dealt with.
Earlier, Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry President Kashif Anwar, who met with the Army Chief, said that in the meeting with the delegation, the Army Chief highlighted the important role of the Special Investment Facilitation Council and assured the businessmen that investment Facilitation will be created for the promotion of
It should be noted that during the caretaker government, the army chief is active in controlling the economic crisis of Pakistan, while reporters claim that any foreign investors and rulers of friendly countries want to talk to the army chief in Pakistan.