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Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said that India is both "rich and evil at the same time". During an interview, when mentioned that India is the world's fifth largest economy and its recent move to remove to revoke Article 370, Bilawal Bhutto said "you can be rich and evil at the same time".
"You can be rich and evil at the same time. That doesn't change reality," he said in an interview while talking about India's move to remove the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan owes 30 per cent of its foreign debt to China, according to the latest report from International Monetary Fund (IMF). Pakistan, at the moment, is facing one of its biggest economic crises, as it is on the brink of defaults and diplomatic isolation.
The country is overburdened by loans from China and faced hard negotiations in its bid for support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
'CHINESE OUR ALL-WEATHER FRIENDS'

"As far as Pakistan and China's relations are concerned, they're called "all-weather friends" for a reason: The Chinese have always been our all-weather friends throughout our history," he said.
“Obviously, when you do development to that scale, there is debt," he added.


Pakistan owes a debt of $30 billion to China, from $25.1 billion in February, Geo News reported quoting the IMF report.
Islamabad managed to secure a much-needed bailout package from the IMF in September when the Fund's executive board approved the release of $1.1 billion to Pakistan - averting the threat of imminent default.
Devalued currency, rising inflation and the worst balance of payments, all these which triggered a political crisis, could be the possible reasons for this situation along with the fact that it was being outperformed in most sectors by India.
Economic Survey of Pakistan (2021-22) shows the country’s deep economic ties with China.

At the same time, when Pakistan is facing an acute financial crisis, the budget for defence has increased immensely. There has been an increase in defence budget by 11 per cent, contrary the budget for Education, Housing, and Health has been cut drastically. This indicates the deviation from welfare-oriented schemes for the people of Pakistan.

he is butthurt that Indian money is off reach from his family :)
 

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Genuis - There are twice as many Indians in percentage shitting all over the place.... Of-course compared to us bad backward Pakis... LMAO... Go compare yourself to Nigeria or sub-saharan Africa.
You DO know that Nigeria GDP per capita is about 1.5 times that of yours?
And its literacy doing much better than yours?

Shall we say head out of the gutter?

BTW, your country also has 8-10% Pakistani shitting in front of mosques. And after flood, it will be more than 30% since 30% of your country has been flooded.
Look at his
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Do you think these people will have toilets? This is now a third of your country.
 

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You DO know that Nigeria GDP per capita is about 1.5 times that of yours?
And its literacy doing much better than yours?

Shall we say head out of the gutter?

BTW, your country also has 8-10% Pakistani shitting in front of mosques. And after flood, it will be more than 30% since 30% of your country has been flooded.
Look at his
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Do you think these people will have toilets? This is now a third of your country.
Genius do you understand simple elementary math - 15% of Indians take a dump out in the open vs 7% of poor backward bad Pakis... You get it or is that way too difficult to penetrate your thick skull Your 30 years of great progress don't mean any jackshit if the ground realities do not add up.
 

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Genius do you understand simple elementary math - 15% of Indians take a dump out in the open vs 7% of poor backward bad Pakis... You get it or is that way too difficult to penetrate your thick skull Your 30 years of great progress don't mean any jackshit if the ground realities do not add up.
So what?
India is spending massive amount of money to reduce open defecation. Pakistan has no money. It's clear who will achieve the goal of zero open defecation.

Meanwhile, you and your family will remain ill-literate and poor as hell. So is your government. Perpetually in debt. You can sit in toilet and cry, lol!
 

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So what?
India is spending massive amount of money to reduce open defecation. Pakistan has no money. It's clear who will achieve the goal of zero open defecation.

Meanwhile, you and your family will remain ill-literate and poor as hell. So is your government. Perpetually in debt. You can sit in toilet and cry, lol!
Irrelevant - India has been spending massive amounts for last 30 years and will continue for next 300 but ground realities will remain the same.
 

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Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said that India is both "rich and evil at the same time". During an interview, when mentioned that India is the world's fifth largest economy and its recent move to remove to revoke Article 370, Bilawal Bhutto said "you can be rich and evil at the same time".
"You can be rich and evil at the same time. That doesn't change reality," he said in an interview while talking about India's move to remove the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan owes 30 per cent of its foreign debt to China, according to the latest report from International Monetary Fund (IMF). Pakistan, at the moment, is facing one of its biggest economic crises, as it is on the brink of defaults and diplomatic isolation.
The country is overburdened by loans from China and faced hard negotiations in its bid for support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
'CHINESE OUR ALL-WEATHER FRIENDS'

"As far as Pakistan and China's relations are concerned, they're called "all-weather friends" for a reason: The Chinese have always been our all-weather friends throughout our history," he said.
“Obviously, when you do development to that scale, there is debt," he added.


Pakistan owes a debt of $30 billion to China, from $25.1 billion in February, Geo News reported quoting the IMF report.
Islamabad managed to secure a much-needed bailout package from the IMF in September when the Fund's executive board approved the release of $1.1 billion to Pakistan - averting the threat of imminent default.
Devalued currency, rising inflation and the worst balance of payments, all these which triggered a political crisis, could be the possible reasons for this situation along with the fact that it was being outperformed in most sectors by India.
Economic Survey of Pakistan (2021-22) shows the country’s deep economic ties with China.

At the same time, when Pakistan is facing an acute financial crisis, the budget for defence has increased immensely. There has been an increase in defence budget by 11 per cent, contrary the budget for Education, Housing, and Health has been cut drastically. This indicates the deviation from welfare-oriented schemes for the people of Pakistan.

Pakistan's foreign minister Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari said that India is both "rich and evil at the same time". During an interview, when mentioned that India is the world's fifth largest economy and its recent move to remove to revoke Article 370, Bilawal Bhutto said "you can be rich and evil at the same time".
"You can be rich and evil at the same time. That doesn't change reality," he said in an interview while talking about India's move to remove the special status of Jammu and Kashmir.

Pakistan owes 30 per cent of its foreign debt to China, according to the latest report from International Monetary Fund (IMF). Pakistan, at the moment, is facing one of its biggest economic crises, as it is on the brink of defaults and diplomatic isolation.
The country is overburdened by loans from China and faced hard negotiations in its bid for support from the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
'CHINESE OUR ALL-WEATHER FRIENDS'

"As far as Pakistan and China's relations are concerned, they're called "all-weather friends" for a reason: The Chinese have always been our all-weather friends throughout our history," he said.
“Obviously, when you do development to that scale, there is debt," he added.


Pakistan owes a debt of $30 billion to China, from $25.1 billion in February, Geo News reported quoting the IMF report.
Islamabad managed to secure a much-needed bailout package from the IMF in September when the Fund's executive board approved the release of $1.1 billion to Pakistan - averting the threat of imminent default.
Devalued currency, rising inflation and the worst balance of payments, all these which triggered a political crisis, could be the possible reasons for this situation along with the fact that it was being outperformed in most sectors by India.
Economic Survey of Pakistan (2021-22) shows the country’s deep economic ties with China.

At the same time, when Pakistan is facing an acute financial crisis, the budget for defence has increased immensely. There has been an increase in defence budget by 11 per cent, contrary the budget for Education, Housing, and Health has been cut drastically. This indicates the deviation from welfare-oriented schemes for the people of Pakistan.

We are not rich but developing rapidly. Thank God we only have to focus on developing ourselves and our country, unlike our neighbour who has to fight twin problems of inflation and terrorism.

Pakistan is poor because it lost one third their foreign debt in economic costs in their war on terror. This is from 2000 to 2010. I don't have latest report which will be much higher but last decade we saw much decline in terror activity.

According to a report by Brown University's Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs, 23,372 Pakistani civilians and 8,832 Pakistani security personnel were killed in the War on Terrorism.[11] Moreover, according to the Government of Pakistan, the direct and indirect economic costs of terrorism from 2000–2010 total $68 billion.[12]
 

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Irrelevant - India has been spending massive amounts for last 30 years and will continue for next 300 but ground realities will remain the same.
It will come down drastically with education and strictly penalties. Educating village people is not easy.
 

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Listen moron - natural disaster versus business as usual makes you one of the biggest street shitters in the world. Hate to post some pictures but for your sake, I may have to..
You don't have balls to admit that your joke of a nation is on downward trajectory since 2000s. You can post whatever you want and lets not forget this is PDF so you people have been posting all sorts of images all the times. Does not matter what you post or not post.
 

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You don't have balls to admit that your joke of a nation is on downward trajectory since 2000s. You can post whatever you want and lets not forget this is PDF so you people have been posting all sorts of images all the times. Does not matter what you post or not post.
Listen moron India has massive starvation deaths, malnutrition, hunger and what not but you have zero shame and go point fingers at others. Start building some toilets atleast or take cover.
 

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Killing minorities and NOT getting pounded by all sorts of bans and sanctions is a luxury that only few nations can afford. India is one of them.

so do mafia gangs..

explains alot about indians

You don't have balls to admit that your joke of a nation is on downward trajectory since 2000s. You can post whatever you want and lets not forget this is PDF so you people have been posting all sorts of images all the times. Does not matter what you post or not post.

yes... and india is taken seriously?

pity chinese dont think so.. this reminds me of badly behaved children being taught a lesson

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nlike our neighbour who has to fight twin problems of inflation and terrorism.


and india has not terrorism or inflation?

good you agree with Pakistan's point of view.. ie india has no terrorism issue only geniune freedom movements against the terrible hindu rule
 

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