Imran Khan wants to wrap the rug of democracy but he will not be able to do so, Shahbaz Sharif

According to OGRA, if petrol was increased by Rs 21 and diesel by Rs 50 per liter, people would start cursing in three days. The first installment of the federal cabinet will be sworn in soon.
Imran Khan wants to wrap the rug of democracy but he will not be able to do so, Shahbaz Sharif


ISLAMABAD – Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Imran Khan wants to wrap the rug of democracy but he will not be able to do so. The first installment of PM will be sworn in soon. The PM House will have officers from all the provinces.

Addressing an Iftar dinner in honor of the ruling coalition, he said that inshallah the coalition parties are moving forward with mutual consultation, the first installment of the federal cabinet will come out soon, then the second installment will come out a few days later. Will Flour used to be 100, 150 cheaper in every shop in every Ramadan Sharif.

The people have come to know about all the deceptions and deceptions of Imran Khan. Now they want to cross all boundaries so that the chessboard of this democracy can be crushed, but it will not happen. He said that prices of petroleum products change every 15 days. He had sent a summary of Rs 21 petrol and Rs 50 diesel. If this mountain of inflation had fallen on the people, the people would have started cursing in three days.

Did they know what the previous government had done? They knew that if the new government came then it would go by itself.

Therefore, I have rejected the summary of oil prices. Furthermore, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, senior vice president of the league, said that according to the summary of OGRA, it has been recommended to increase the price of petrol from Rs 150 to Rs 171 and diesel from Rs 145 to Rs 196. Sahib did not accept.

On the other hand, the Bureau of Statistics has released a weekly report on inflation, according to which the overall rate of inflation in the country has come down to 16.44%.

In one week, eggs became more expensive by Rs2.78 per dozen, mutton by Rs12.66 per kg, beef by Rs3.9 per kg, live chicken by Rs67.7 per kg, milk, yogurt, Pulses, and rice have also become more expensive. Similarly, in one week, tomatoes became cheaper by Rs 52, 59 paise per kg, potatoes became cheaper by Rs 38 paise per kg, the average price of sugar decreased by 22 paise per kg, 20 kg bag of flour became cheaper by Rs 3, 84 paise.

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