The Prime Minister’s strong move in the wave of inflation, in order to provide relief to the people, it has been decided not to put the burden of rising prices in the world market on the people.
The Prime Minister, Imran Khan has rejected the summary of increase in petrol by Rs 11 and diesel by Rs 14. The Premier said that oil prices are rising due to rising inflation all over the world and the government will bear the burden of rising prices.
The Prime Minister said that the government would do its utmost to save the people from inflation and would try to save the people from the additional burdens.
Special Assistant Dr. Shahbaz Gul said in a Twitter statement that the Prime Minister did not approve the summary of the increase of petrol 11 and diesel by 14 rupees.
Shahbaz Gul said that the Prime Minister has deferred the summary of OGRA. At present, the government will bear the burden of rising prices of petroleum products. The government will try to save the people from inflation.
It should be noted that crude oil prices in the world market have increased for a record 7 years. The United Arab Emirates announced a 10% increase in petrol prices in February.