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Kamran Yousaf
Journalist/Anchor, host , writes for . TRT World. Ex DawnNews, PTV News Night.
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Kamran Yousaf 3m
This is National Food Security ministry summary. Read it with open eyes "ban on the export of wheat, wheat flour & wheat products" were imposed on 17 July 2019. Hope, being a focal person of digital team to CM Punjab, you would now offer an apology for misleading the public.
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Kamran Yousaf 2h
مطلب مصباح بھائی کی ذہانت چیک کریں۔ 😉
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Kamran Yousaf 2h
We precisely raised the issue in our show on Saturday that how on earth 48000 metric tonnes wheat were exported despite a ban.
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Kamran Yousaf 2h
As the peace deal in Afghanistan is imminent, India seems to be upset and may try to spoil the party.
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Kamran Yousaf 5h
Seems, PTI is only left with one option and that is to defend its defenseless policies through trolls. You are not an exception, I was trolled too recently. It's fun😉
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Kamran Yousaf 8h
میں اس حکومت کی بات نہیں کر رہا😋
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Kamran Yousaf 8h
"In the last two months, I got a chance to interact with some of the country’s leading economists. We couldn’t find, despite our best efforts, any known economist who would defend the government’s economic policies." My latest column
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Kamran Yousaf 22h
Replying to @KB_BUT
I bet guys even in Pindi would be laughing after watching this😂😂😂
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zaigham Khan Jan 19
Wheat flour crisis, so ably researched, dissected and analysed by and . Shows how government incompetence is causing immense pain to the poor. via
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 19
Replying to @Matiullahjan919
Sad to hear this. May Allah rest his soul in eternal peace.
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 19
پورا سچ بتائیں، اصل حدف کے مقابلے میں 284 ارب روپے اور نظرثانی حدف کے مقابلے میں 116ارب روپے کم ٹیکس وصول ہوا۔
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
ترکی کی بات کرنے سے پہلے تاریخ پڑھ لیتے تو اچھا ہوتا۔ کم از کم عمران خان کے ہوتے ہوئے پاکستان کبھی ترکی نہیں بن سکتا بلکہ عمران خان کو لایا ہی اسی لیے گیا ہے کہ پاکستان کہیں سچ میں ترکی نہ بن جائے۔
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
جی ملائشیاء میں بھی آٹے کا بحران آیا تھا اور اس کے وذیر بھی کہتے تھے کہ ملائشیاء کے لوگ نومبر اور دسمبر میں زیادہ روٹیاں کھاتے ہیں 😉
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
This govt is doing amazing. Last year it allowed export of around 7 lac metric tons of wheat, 48000 metric ton wheat was exported despite ban imposed in July 2019. Now, the govt decided to import 3 lac metric ton wheat. If this is not incompetence then what else is?
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Suhasini Haidar Jan 18
The human cost of hostilities. 10,000 families in Punjab, thousands in Kashmir "brought to their knees", after India Pakistan trade ended in 2019. Impact of, LoC, airspace closure, removal of MFN status, trade suspension take a toll. Reporting
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
Sir, surely credit goes to you for breaking the story first but you must have missed my Nov 5 story. I reported that his appointment had been on track despite objections.
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
Latest episode of where we share exclusive information regarding the reasons behind wheat shortage..
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
حکومت کی نااہلی یہ کرپشن؟ نیشنل فوڈ سیکورٹی کمشنر کا بڑا انکشاف، گندم کے ذخائر ملکی ضرورت سے ذیادہ ہیں۔ موجودہ بحران کی اصل وجہ صرف اور صرف مس مینجمنٹ ہے۔ یہ اعتراف کوئی اور نہیں بلکہ حکومت کے ایک سینئر اہلکار کر رہے ہیں۔
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
Big slap on the face of Shaikh Rashid & govt, listen National Food Security Commissioner Imtiaz Ali, who reveals that Pakistan has enough wheat stocks but it was mismanagement that created current wheat shortage.
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Kamran Yousaf Jan 18
Reason behind wheat crises Shocking revelations, despite Federal govt imposed ban on exports of wheat on July 25, 2019, Pakistan exported 48000 metric ton wheat. Is it government mismanagement or something sinister that needs to be investigated?
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