Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto has accused the International Monetary Fund (IMF) of not treating Pakistan fairly. The country has been seeking financial assistance from the IMF to support its economic reforms and development initiatives. Bhutto believes that the IMF’s conditions and terms for financial assistance are too stringent and are not in line with Pakistan’s economic realities. This statement by the Foreign Minister comes at a time when Pakistan is grappling with economic challenges, including inflation, high debt levels, and a balance of payment crisis. The IMF has been a key source of financial support for Pakistan over the years, but the country’s leadership is now pushing back against the terms of the assistance package. Bhutto’s comments highlight the growing tensions between Pakistan and the IMF and the need for a more balanced and mutually beneficial approach to financial assistance.