Pakistan has gone bankrupt

The government is lying about the country's prosperity.

Pakistan has gone bankrupt
Pakistan has gone bankrupt

The former head of Pakistan's tax agency Shabbar Zaidi has said that the country has gone bankrupt and the government is lying about the country's prosperity. He said these things while speaking on the economic condition of the country at Hamdard University.

A video of Shabbar Zaidi, former head of the Federal Board of Revenue, Pakistan's tax agency, is becoming increasingly viral on social media. The statement was made while speaking on the economic situation of Pakistan at Hamdard University on Wednesday. The former chairman of the Federal Board of Revenue said that the country is in a very worrying situation. The things that the government is saying that the country is prospering are totally wrong and false. 

In the viral video, Zaidi is saying, "We keep saying that everything is fine, the country is doing well, we have achieved great success and we have brought change (change) but this is wrong. I think the country is doing well at this time." is insolvent and it is a matter of concern for the government." Zaidi goes on to say, “It is better that you decide first that we are bankrupt and we have to move on than say that everything is going well and I will do this and that. All these things deceive people. are to be given."

A video clip of his speech has gone viral on social media. However, on Friday, Zaidi issued a clarification clarifying his comments. He tweeted and wrote, "I spoke my speech in the university for about one and a half hours, but an attempt has been made to tamper with it by making a three-minute video in the middle. Request everyone to react only after listening to my full speech. "