Mian Nawaz Sharif’s reservations about forming his party’s government after Imran Khan’s administration ended have been proven right in just a few months.
PMLN realized that the harsh decisions needed to extricate Pakistan out of the economic morass Imran Khan’s government created could damage PMLN’s credibility with the public.
PML-N and PDM in Pakistan avoided general elections, and PML-N led the PDM government. Diesel and energy costs were raised, causing widespread inflation. Imran Khan was a shrewd politician. Imran Khan didn’t raise food prices, which hurt the country, and became popular as a poor-friendly leader.
Due to Imran Khan behavior, foreign financial organizations saw Pakistan as a government that broke commitments; the IMF suspended financing, and Pakistan slipped into a serious economic crisis. Imran Khan earned political advantage by repeatedly jeopardizing the country’s interests.
The Shahbaz government took difficult measures to rescue the country, agreed to IMF aid, and increased inflation, which led to PML-N losses in Punjab by-elections. First, we must wash our hands of the Punjab government. What happens next? Nawaz Sharif’s second worry was a powerless government. This dread was confirmed. PMLN formed a central government, but it had fewer powers than Tehreek-Insaf. In the last three-and-a-half years, Tehreek-Insaf was restricted in appointments and transfers.
Due to a shortage of power, many critical decisions could not be made. Internationally renowned economist Ishaq Dar was not allowed to come to Pakistan to help with the economic crisis, therefore Miftah Ismail took over the finance minister.
Today, the dollar surpassed 250 rupees, but PML-N is still running the country with its B-team because the A-team or central leadership isn’t allowed to come to Pakistan.
Tehreek-e-Insaf claimed Shahbaz Sharif’s government was settling cases against its leadership in London or adopting NRO, but neither Nawaz Sharif nor Ishaq had done so. The earlier phony investigations against Ishaq Dar or Maryam Nawaz have not finished, Hamza Shehbaz’s administration was dissolved before it was constituted in Punjab, and Shehbaz Sharif led Pakistan to only get economic aid from friendly countries. Imran Khan’s anti-establishment campaign is successful, as evidenced by his happiness.
If the PML-N’s central leadership isn’t allowed to play an autonomous role in Pakistani politics before the next general election, it could be a catastrophic disaster for the party. The underprivileged people of Pakistan are currently being subjugated by ruthless and selfish leaders. They’re having trouble eating twice a day. When rulers’ time runs out and the people take to the streets, neither their throne nor their throne will be left.