Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto sought help from the world.


Pakistan's Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has urged the world to help his country recover from devastating floods ahead of next month's United Nations meeting.

Pakistan is facing economic crisis like imports, shortage of dollar and delay in loan with International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Investors are still concerned about the country's debt capacity as long-term dollar bonds continue to trade at distressed levels despite bond payments of Rs 8,000 crore this month.

There was severe flood in Pakistan in the summer of June-July.

Due to this flood, more than 1700 people lost their lives.

This flood caused a loss of Rs 256,000 crore to Pakistan.

All the infrastructure like roads, bridges and buildings of the country were also heavily damaged due to the flood.

Pakistan got cooperation and donations from all over the world.

He also received help in the form of food grains, medicines and money from all over the world, but Pakistan is still seeking help from other countries. 

Pakistan needs help

Pakistani Foreign Minister Bhutto said in an interview to Bloomberg, 'We find ourselves in an incredibly difficult situation, where we are trying to manage our macroeconomic indicators with the IMF.

People in Pakistan still need help.

There is a need to plan ahead for reconstruction and rehabilitation." 

Flood water is in many areas, 

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said in an interview with Bloomberg Television in Washington DC, “It is unfortunate that people's attention was diverted as soon as the camera went away, but the truth is that our country is still in trouble. There is flood water in many areas. We need your help."

Let us tell you that almost one-third of Pakistan's area was submerged in the flood and Pakistan's economy was almost halved.

The atmosphere of political uncertainty

On the other hand, Pakistan is facing political uncertainty anew.

Opposition member Imran Khan plans to dissolve two of the four provincial assemblies later this week, in a bid to force the government to announce new elections.

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif's government has filed a no-confidence motion in the provincial assembly of Punjab in retaliation after the removal of Imran Khan through a no-confidence vote in the federal parliament.

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