Shaukat Tarin claims Pakistan cheapest among 139 countries

FM Shaukat Tarin claims Pakistan cheapest among 139 countries

Islamabad -Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin claimed Sunday that Pakistan is the cheapest among 139 nations within the world, be that as it may, the restriction pioneers rejected the claim and seriously scrutinized the government over the exceptional expansion incurred on individuals amid the past three-and-a-half a long time.

Taking to Twitter, the serve shared the screenshots of a most recent taken a toll of living list on his official Twitter handle. He said Pakistan was the cheapest nation among the 139 nations within the world.

In reaction to the fund minister’s articulation, President of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM) Maulana Fazlur Rehman addressed how the government seem claim that Pakistan was a cheap nation to live in when individuals were committing suicide as a result of cost climbs, joblessness, and the country’s amazingly tall taken a toll of living.
He said that such statements negate the reality on ground, which the ‘selected’ government will be deposed soon with the assistance of the people. According to the fund serve, Numbeo’s — the world’s biggest fetched of living database — regarded Pakistan the slightest expensive country among 139 nations, and it isn’t the “government’s claims.” Concurring to the Numbeo list, a family of four in Pakistan spends generally Rs171,783.24 per month (without lease), while a single individual spends around Rs51,798.76 per month (without rent).

According to the database, the cost of living in Pakistan is 71.52% lower on average than in the United States. The rent for a home in Pakistan is said to be 90.64% less than in the United States.

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