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08 January 2021, Friday I Vol 2, No.08

Pakistan successfully tests Multi-Launch Rocket System: ISPR



Pakistan's indigenous missile test, the increasing trade deficit, and Maryam, Bilawal meet the Hazaras.

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In Focus
Pakistan successfully tests Multi-Launch Rocket System: ISPR
Claims to be capable of “engagement deep in enemy territory”

On 7 January, the Inter-Services Public Relations said that Pakistan had successfully tested its extended-range guided Multi-Launch Rocket System (MLRS) called Fatah-1. The MLRS, produced indigenously,  has a range of 140 kilometres and has the capacity to carry a conventional warhead.

Pakistan seems to be responding to India’s capabilities, says Dawn

According to Dawn, with the development of the indigenous weapon, Pakistan appears to respond to India’s “development of its conventional capabilities.” (“Pakistan tests multi-launch rocket system,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

Series of missile tests in recent past

The latest test comes after Pakistan tested several missiles in 2020. In February 2020, the country “conducted a flight test of air launched cruise missile Ra'ad-II.” This missile has a range of 600 kilometres. At the time, Strategic Plans Division Director General said the test was a “major step towards complementing Pakistan’s deterrence capability.” (Naveed Siddiqui, “Pakistan conducts successful test of air launched cruise missile Ra'ad-II: ISPRDawn, 18 February 2020)

Similarly, in January 2020, Pakistan carried out a training launch of Ghaznavi, a surface to surface ballistic missile. This missile has the capability of launching multiple warheads up to a range of 290 kilometres. (“Pakistan successfully conducts surface-to-surface training launch of missile Ghaznavi,” Dawn, 23 January 2020)

Prior to this, Pakistan successfully tested a nuclear-capable surface-to-surface ballistic missile with a capability to strike up to 650 km; it has a capability to launch all types of warheads. (“Pakistan successfully test-fires nuclear-capable missile,” The Hindu, 18 November 2020)

Currently, Pakistan has a wide range of “Short Range Ballistic Missiles (SRBM), Medium Range Ballistic Missiles (MRBM), Battlefield Ballistic Missiles (BBM), Surface to Surface Cruise Missiles (SSCM) and Rocket Artillery.” (Muhammad Anis, “Pakistan conducts test flight of Fatah-1,” The News International, 8 Janaury 2021)

 

State Bank of Pakistan says trade deficit is increasing
Imran refutes figures; stresses on import substitution and self reliance

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On 7 January, the State Bank of Pakistan data revealed that Pakistan’s trade deficit had increased by 32.04 per cent. With this the deficit amounted to USD 2.683 billion in December 2020 from USD 2.032 billion in December 2019 because of higher imports. Further, the imports rose by 16.69 per cent from November to December 2020. Since September, Pakistan’s imports have been on a rise; this could be because of the “rebounding imports,” after imports had been on a steady decline for a few years. (Mubarak Zeb Khan, “December trade deficit widens by 32pc,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

Imran disputes exports figures 

However, on the same, PM Imran Khan tweeted that the exports of India and Bangladesh displayed a negative growth; compared to this date, Pakistan had higher export figures. In 2020, the export figures of Pakistan stood at 8.32 per cent and 18.30 per cent in November and December respectively. In contrast, the figures for India in the respective months stood at -9.07 per cent and -0.80 per cent. In Bangladesh, the numbers were 0.76 per cent and -6.11 per cent respectively.

Ministry of commerce to draw plan for import substitution

On the same day, Imran met with the Apex Committee on Economic Outreach to discuss self-reliance. In the meeting, it was decided that the Ministry of Commerce will form a plan of action within a definite timeline to cement the trends of import substitution and increasing exports. He pushed for adopting some of the top international practices for priority sectors. He said “consultations with international experts is essential for achieving success.” (“PM Imran Khan greets economic team on increase of exports,” The News International, 8 January 2021)

Previously… 

On 5 January, the World Bank, in the Global Economic Prospects (GEP) 2021, had forecasted Pakistan’s economic growth rate for the current fiscal year to remain at 0.5 per cent. The World Bank said the figure would remain the same because of continued fiscal consolidation pressures and service sector weakness. However, on the same day, the SBP projected a real GDP growth in the range of 1.5 to 2.5 per cent in FY21. The SBP’s data was based on the current economic trends. (Khaleeq Kiani, “WB revises growth forecast down to 0.5pc,” Dawn, 6 January 2021 and Shahid Iqbal, “One day, two projections: State Bank says GDP to grow 1.5-2.5pc,” Dawn, 6 January 2021)

 

Maryam and Bilawal meet with the Hazaras
PM’s visit still not confirmed 

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On 7 January, Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari and Maryam Nawaz addressed the participants of the sit-in staged by the mourners of the Hazara community. During the meeting, they urged PM Imran Khan to visit the families of slain coal miners to share their pain and sorrow. While addressing the gathering, Bilawal said, “I have come here to share the pain of the grieving families as I myself belong to a family of martyrs and am still waiting for justice,” adding, “Unless the state assures the citizens that their lives are safe, the security of the country and the federation will remain in jeopardy.” Similarly, Maryam warned that if he did not come to Quetta, the “nation will not allow him to sit on the chair in Islamabad.” (Saleem Shahid, “Maryam, Bilawal meet heirs of slain coal miners,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

Imran Khan’s visit to Quetta remains undecided, says not to blackmail him
As the pressure mounts on the PTI-led coalition government, PM Imran Khan’s visit to Quetta to meet the protesters remains undecided. However, PM Khan has directed the interior ministry to devise a foolproof security mechanism for the Hazara community that faced terror incidents in the past as well as to compensate the victims’ families in line with the government rules and policy (Saleem Shahid, “No decision yet on PM’s visit to Quetta,” The Express Tribune, 8 January 2021)
On 8 January, PM Khan reiterated his appealed to the Hazara community to bury the slain miners, calling on them to refrain from “blackmailing the premier.” Further, he said “We have accepted all of their demands. [But] one of their demands is that the dead will be buried when the premier visits. I have sent them a message that when all of your demands have been accepted [...] you don't blackmail the prime minister of any country like this.”  (“Don't blackmail me, PM tells Hazara protesters,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

PM should not delay his visit says an editorial 
An editorial in The Express Tribune critical of delay in Imran Khan’s visit states two reasons why there may be this delay. First, security may be one hindrance to the PM visiting the bereaved community. Second, the PM may not want to set a “bad” precedent of giving in to the demands of a protesting crowd. However, the editorial says that nothing should excuse the PM from delaying his visit to the griever in what is seen a barbarous act of terror, adding that he should have paid a visit to the grievers even without them requesting for it. (Saleem Shahid, “After the Machh tragedy,” The Express Tribune, 8 January 2021)


In Brief
INTERNAL
20.76 million lost livelihoods due to Covid-19 lockdowns says PBS
On 7 January, the Planning Commission said that according to a survey conducted by the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics (PBS) Pakistan’s 20.76 million workforce suffered livelihood losses due to coronavirus-related lockdowns and a large majority of them got back to work after July 2020. The Commission said the country’s 35 per cent which is about 55.74 million of the population of 10 years and older were working before the onset of Covid-19, but due to closure of activities after implementation of lockdowns, this declined to 22per cent which is about 35.04 million people. Further, 17.07 million households were affected due to lockdown restrictions. (Khaleeq Kiani, “20.76m lost livelihood due to lockdowns: survey,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

Abbasi denies rifts within the parties of the PDM
On 7 January, PML-N leader Shahid Khaqan Abbasi refuted reports of rifts within the PDM stating that if a party walked away from the alliance it would hurt itself politically. He argued, “The establishment’s interference in politics has to end and all the parties have had enough of it,” adding, “even if a party in the alliance is to break away for some reason, it will destroy itself politically. This interference has hurt all of us and simply cannot continue — all political factions know that.” Further, he said “There is no point talking to this government. It simply has to go.” (Atika Rehman, “Those who abandon PDM will be finished politically: Abbasi,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

Pakistan lauds easing of Gulf crisis over Qatar
On 7 January, FM Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a telephonic conversation with his Saudi Arabia, Qatar and Bahrain counterparts where he welcomed the easing of the Gulf crisis over Qatar. Further, he stressed the need for the strengthening of Islamabad’s relations with the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries. Further, the FO stated that the foreign ministers agreed to continue engaging on regional and global issues and continue working together to enhance bilateral ties. (Baqir Sajjad Syed, “Pakistan welcomes easing of Gulf crisis over Qatar,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

PPP re-elects Bilawal as chairman for four years
On 7 January, the PPPs media office stated that all the central office-bearers of the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP), including Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, have been “re-elected” for another four-year term without having any contest. Besides Bilawal, Syed Nayyer Hussain Bukhari has been elected unopposed as the PPP secretary-general, Faisal Karim Kundi as secretary information and Rukhsana Bungash as secretary finance. Further, Bukhari dismissed the impression that the party elections had been kept a secret, stating that the process had been completed strictly as per the party’s constitution and rules. The intra-party elections at the federal level were held in Karachi on 6 January. (Amir Wasim, “Bilawal ‘re-elected’ PPP chairman for four years,” Dawn, 8 January 2021)

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