Whilst condemning the 29 June 2020 attack on Pakistan's Stock Exchange, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister, Shah Mehmood Qureshi, accused India, whilst adding, “We will foil all Indian strategies [and] further expose it in front of the world.”
On 26 June 2020, the Bajwa-Imran regime abandoned regulatory procedures to prevent the private oil mafia from rapidly hiking fuel prices, crushing the people for the sake of quick profits for the oil cartel. The procedures restricted changes in the price of fuel, only after recommendation of the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) and only at the start of each month.
The Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) President, Sardar Masood Khan, on 24 June 2020, urged the Muslims to make Occupied Kashmir part of Pakistan, by saying, “The area now occupied by India is actually a part of Pakistan as its people had wished to accede to Pakistan and despite all efforts of India to coerce them into submission they have rejected their rule and writ.”
The Bajwa-Imran regime has moved a bill in the National Assembly to amend the NEPRA Act of 1997, such that NEPRA (National Electric Power Regulatory Authority) can impose surcharges on electricity consumers at will. The Bajwa-Imran regime has done so to comply with the dictates of the IMF.
Late on 16 June 2020, at least twenty Indian troops were killed by the Chinese, during tensions that provide an ideal opportunity to re-establish the Khilafah in Pakistan. Although the Muslims of Pakistan celebrated the losses of the Hindu State, Islam demands greater actions from them of regional and global impact.
As pressure mounted upon the military leadership of the nuclear armed, world’s fifth largest army to liberate Occupied Kashmir, the Corps Commanders Conference of 17 June 2020 “resolved to continue thwarting Indian designs and expose Indian targeting of innocent civilians in Kashmir and open support to terrorist outfits” [No PR-94/2020-ISPR].
The second budget of the PTI, announced on 12 June 2020, will ensure even more hardship than the first, if it is passed by parliament. In strict compliance with the “IMF Country Report No. 20/114” of April 2020, the PTI ignored the pressing needs of a struggling economy, to secure the investments of foreign and local capitalists in Pakistan's huge and growing interest based debt.
Pakistan’s number of Covid-19 cases have now surpassed those of China, which was the global center of the outbreak and whose population is almost five times larger. The hospitals have become overwhelmed with cases of Coronavirus disease, with shortages in ventilators for the severely ill and an increase in infections amongst doctors and nurses through lack of protection.