Imran’s ‘Babuana’, spends crores to go to PMO from home despite severe financial crisis

Former Pakistan PM Imran Khan has spent crores of rupees while going from his home to the Prime Minister’s Office. That is five times more than the cost of shelter camps run for the poor. There is an uproar across Pakistan due to the news published in the international news agency The News. Incidentally, Imran Khan took the initiative to build these shelter camps when he was the Prime Minister. Their traditional name is ‘Panahgahs’. It should be noted that Pakistan Tehreek-e Insaf or PTI Chairman Imran’s coalition of the ruling Shehbaz Sharif government raised the tone after this news came to light.

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There are a total of 39 shelter camps or ‘Ehsas Panahgahs’ for the poor in Pakistan. Till March last year, the Pakistani administration spent 138 million rupees for these shelter camps. Imran Khan was the Prime Minister at that time. Free food is provided in these shelter camps. Food carts are sent to refugee camps every day. A total of 40 vehicles have been allotted for this work. Pak administration The News quoted this claim.

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