There is a political and economic crisis going on in Pakistan. Meanwhile, the situation seems to be getting worse once again due to the fire in the price of petrol in Pakistan. In Pakistan, the petrol prices have been increased by 30 rupees, not one or two rupees. That is, now people in Pakistan will have to pay Rs 179.86 per liter for petrol and Rs 174.15 per liter for diesel.
In contrast India, strategic ally of US, has managed to reduce fuel prices by Pkr 25 per litre by buying cheaper oil from Russia. Now our nation will suffer another massive dose of inflation at the hands of this cabal of crooks.— Imran Khan (@ImranKhanPTI) May 26, 2022
How much do petroleum products cost?
According to Dawn’s report, the price of petrol is 179.86 Pakistani rupees, diesel costs 174.15 Pakistani rupees, kerosene is 155.56 Pakistani rupees and light diesel costs 148.31 Pakistani rupees.
Former PM targeted on rising petrol prices
Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has targeted the Shahbaz Sharif government over the rising prices of petrol and diesel. He has called the Shahbaz Sharif government of Pakistan insensitive. Imran Khan tweeted that the people of the country are calculating the cost of subordinating the imported government to foreign owners by increasing the price of petrol and diesel by Rs 30 per liter.
He once again praised the Government of India for this. Imran Khan said that America strategically has reduced fuel prices by Rs 25 per liter by buying cheaper oil from Russia. He further said that America’s strategic ally India has reduced fuel prices by Rs 25 per liter by buying cheaper oil from Russia. Now our country will have to bear another big blow of inflation at the hands of these miscreants.
Imran Khan has cursed the Sharif government and said that the Sharif government is an insensitive government. Former Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has criticized the Shahbaz Sharif government for increasing the prices of petrol and diesel by Rs 30 per litre. Criticizing the government, Imran said that this “sensitive government” did not enter into the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) agreement with Russia for 30 percent cheaper oil.
Former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has said that this is the biggest increase to date. The incompetent and insensitive government has not carried forward our agreement with Russia. Whereas, Pakistan’s Finance Minister Mifta Ismail made this announcement at a press conference in Islamabad, where he said that the government has no option but to increase the prices. “We have to face criticism, but the interest of the country is important to us and we need to protect it,” he said.