Terrorism funding leads Pakistan to ‘begging’; auctioned its own ‘esteemed respect’ along with govt vehicles

September 18, 2018

It has been nearly three decades, Pakistan used its financial resources in waging war mainly ‘proxy war’ against India through terrorism. When there was a time for Pakistan to create jobs, employment opportunity and enrich the whole country with infrastructural development, but the Indian neighbour used all financial resources only against India. Well, Pakistan did not succeed in its foul agendas against India but now the time has come so bad in neighbouring country that the government is begging for building dams, roads and other infrastructural means.

Pakistan only to defeat India and capture ‘Kashmir’ used not only its own resources but also the financial aids given by United States, China and other western countries blindly. But as soon as the PM Modi-led government made realize to all western countries about the dark agendas of Pakistan of harbouring terrorism, they stopped providing aid. This has led Pakistan to beg from their own people.

The newly elected government of Pakistan-led by Prime Minister Imran Khan, as soon as, realized about their position of ‘begging’ for funds, immediately started quick revenues through cost-cutting and auctioning. The neighbour’s government has started auctioning the vehicles which were used by officials and others to raise funds. Though the auction was in country’s favour, at the same time it is also an insulting move.

The move has also gone wrong as the auction on Monday raised about 200 million rupees ($1.6 million) which is just one-tenth of the amount predicted by the Pakistani government. Only 61 of 100 vehicles were sold.

The auction revenue is said to be used to lower down Pakistan’s fiscal deficit which is projected this year for 1.7 trillion rupees. However, looking up at the past, the move is also being seen as raising funds for the terror activities.

Source : News Bharti

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