A high-level delegation of Pakistani businessmen will call General Qamar Javed Bajwa, army chief of staff, on Wednesday to trust the army chief over the problems the company is facing, according to the media.
In his television broadcast, Kamran Khan, anchor, said the delegation would also inform the army chief of other problems facing investors, which hinder the flow of foreign investment into the country in Pakistani Trend.
The potential visit to headquarters (GHQ) comes at a time when the Pakistani economy is in trouble despite a program of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and where the government does not generate enough revenue.
Since June, the business community has openly expressed concerns about gas and electricity prices and is asking the government to charge them based on international market rates.
It should be noted that the head of the army was also included in the National Development Council (NDC), formed by the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan, to accelerate economic growth and improve coordination between provinces and the federation.
He also entrusted the highest levels of military with the “difficult but extremely essential measures” taken by the Pakistani government of Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) to bring the economy out of the forest.
At the corps commanders’ meeting, General Bajwa informed the forum of the “difficult but extremely vital long-term benefits” the prime minister has taken to create a paralyzing economy.
“Pakistan is on the path of peace and development and will continue on the path of lasting peace and prosperity,” said Gene