Finance Minister-in-waiting Asad Umar says their party has prepared a comprehensive plan to meet the economic challenges facing the country.
Talking to a private TV channel, he said PTI government will constitute an Economic Council and a Business Advisory Council for resolving economic issues of the country.
Asad Umar said Pakistan’s current economic condition has plummeted to a new low which requires to consider all options, including going to International Monetary Fund.
However, he said we will craft such policies in our tenure through which Pakistan will avoid knocking at IMF’s door in future.
Umar reiterated his party’s stance not to compromise on matters of national security.
Responding to a question, he said the circular debts will not soar any further if state-institutions are strengthened.
The finance minister-in-waiting said the government’s role in economy is that of a facilitator and the role of private sector is vital for restoring and uplifting it.