My initiatives inspired reforms in India: Nawaz

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Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Nawaz Sharif has said that reforms in India were inspired by the initiatives taken by his government. Speaking at a dinner reception on Tuesday night, Nawaz said that India’s reforms were initiated in the nineties by the Narsehma Rao government after getting inspired by the industrial reforms introduced by the PML-N government in Pakistan, according to Emirates 24/7.
During his first term as prime minister in 1990, Nawaz adopted neo-liberal policies, privatising several state-owned businesses. In June 1991, Rao became India’s prime minister and appointed Manmohan Singh as finance minister. Soon the rupee was devalued and Rao, who also held the portfolio of Ministry of Industries, abolished industrial licensing and other socialist measures which India had adopted until then. “If not for the corrupt governments that followed later, Pakistan would have been on the path of economic growth by now,” said Nawaz, while criticising the leadership of both the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) and former military ruler General (r) Pervez Musharraf. He also blamed the two for the increase in conflict and militancy in Pakistan.

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  1. Umeq Shareef Museebat mein Parny Ja raha hai. . .Q k comedy ki duniya mein ab Nawaz Shareef b ah gaye hai aur un Ki sense ov humer in ki is statement mein nazar ah rahi hai:-D

  2. @ Mr. Nawaz Sharif. You may be absolutely correct in your claim, however, it proves one thing that " JAB KHAYALE PULAO PAKANA HO TU GHEE KI KAMI NAHAIN KARNI CHAHYAE."

  3. Bakwas kerta hay Nawaz Sharif kay pass 2 no kay paissay kay ilawa hay kya jo banda na sahi tarhan baat ker sakta hay uss nay kya soochna hay paissay day ker ghullam musherr khariday huway hain jo woo kehtay hain farmatay rehtay hain kabhi aai na direct tv par or without documented help zara khud say kissi baat ko explain ker kay dikhaai NAKLI SHEER SHEERNI KA KIYA HUWA SHIKAR KHANAY WALA

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