ISLAMABAD: PTI leader, who fell off a horse while mounting it in a village called Budana near here, is presently being treated at a hospital.
According to sources privy to NPTV Asad Umar, who is already suffering from a chronic back pain, is being CT Scanned.
When Asad Umar visited the village to thank his supporters he was asked by the villagers to ride a horse as a mark of honor for him. But due to the crowd, Asad Umar lost his concentration and his foot slipped from the stirrup as he was trying to mount the horse.
Prior to the accident, while talking to Media he stated the national economy was in a shambles and the PTI government could utilize the option of International Monitory Fund (IMF) loans to help stand its own feet. Some quick decisions would have to be taken to stabilize the economy.
Asad Umar said tax rate would not be enhanced, however, some new commodities would be brought under the tax net. He said all agreements signed by the previous governments with foreign countries, including the deal for import of liquefied natural gas, would be presented before the parliament.
The PTI government, he said, would take all steps as per law and the Constitution, and no discrimination would be made in that regard. It would ensure transparency in all the projects of national importance, which it would undertake, he added. Asad Umar said the stolen national wealth stashed anywhere in the world would be brought back to the country. Investigations would be carried out about $ 200 billion of Pakistanis lying in Swiss banks, he added.
He alleged said the National Bank of Pakistan President was involved in money laundering and he would be removed. He said the PTI government would issue special investment bonds for overseas Pakistanis. To a query, he said measures would be taken for improving the agriculture sector.
He assured that PTI chief Imran Khan would fulfill all the pledges he had made during the election campaign and with the help of his experts and a competent team would steer the country out of the crises and thus come up to the people’s expectations.