Advisor to Prime Minister on Finance Shaukat Tarin said that Pakistan needs four to five billion dollars in thirty days for stabilizing the country's economy and it has three plans ready for meeting the crisis challenge. Shaukat Tarin said that our market became nervous due to decline in reserves and seeking the IMF help would be the final option. Addressing a press conference here on Thursday, the advisor on finance told that three plans " A, B and C " have been prepared and there is very little time for working on them. He said that the currency went down due to decline in the foreign exchange reserves and to support the economy we took the first step by providing Rs 270 billion to the market and converted the brokers loans into one-year term finance.