The World Bank has halted its $300 millions aid for Pakistan and announced to suspend its programme being run against this loan in the contest of International Monetary Fund (IMF) objection that World Bank cannot issue such a loan to any country, reported the BBC Urdu on Monday, quoting Finance ministry official. The unexpected step by the World Bank will jolt Shaukat Tarin's Plan 'B', under which he had launched a programme to get a loan of $4 billion on flexible conditions from international donors in next 30 days to save Pakistan from bankruptcy. However, the official expressed hope that IMF would not oppose this programme, keeping in view the economic conditions obtaining in Pakistan. This amount of $300 millions was included in the 'wish list', under which Pakistan was expecting to get almost $2 billions from the World Bank in next few weeks. The World Bank announced the decision on its website about suspending the programme. Non-availability of this amount has further increased the possibility of effecting 'Plan C', to be worked out by Shaukat Tarin. Under the plan Pakistan would at last approach with IMF for loan. Shaukat Tarin had last week said at a Press conference that Pakistan's contact with IMF for loan would be the last option. However, his first priority to get financial assistance and loan from friends has failed, as Pakistan's financial expectations from China, Saudi Arabia and Friends of Pakistan remained unfulfilled.