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Imran Khan Slams Pak Government Over Fuel Price Hike, Praises India Again

Imran Khan Slams Pak Government Over Fuel Price Hike, Praises India Again

Imran Khan lauded India once more, saying vital partner of the US has figured out how to lessen fuel costs by PKR 25 for every liter by purchasing less expensive oil from Russia.
Islamabad: While conjuring the name of India, previous Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan once more hammered the Shehbaz Sharif government after the central government climbed the petroleum and diesel costs by PKR 30 for each liter.
While condemning the public authority, the Imran said this “obtuse government” has not sought after the arrangement made by the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party with Russia for 30% less expensive oil.

He proceeded to commend India, saying key partner of the US has figured out how to lessen fuel costs by PKR 25 for each liter by purchasing less expensive oil from Russia.

“Country beginning to take care of Imported govt’s compliance before unfamiliar bosses with 20%/Rs30 per liter climb in petroleum and diesel costs – the most elevated single cost climb in our set of experiences. The clumsy and unfeeling Govt has not sought after our arrangement with Russia for 30% less expensive oil,” Imran Khan said in a tweet.

“Interestingly, India, key partner of the US, has figured out how to decrease fuel costs by PKR 25 for each liter by purchasing less expensive oil from Russia. Presently our country will experience one more gigantic portion of expansion because of this secrecy of criminals,” he said in another tweet.

Pakistan on Thursday raised the costs of oil based goods by PKR 30 for each liter, expressing that the choice was taken to guarantee the recovery of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) program.

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