Pakistan Economic Crisis Inflation Petrol And Diesel Prices In Pakistan Increased By Rs 35 Per Liter | Pakistan Inflation: Troubled by inflation, a big blow to the common people of Pakistan
Pakistan Economic Crisis: The whole world is aware of the economic plight of Pakistan. Meanwhile, the common man, already troubled by inflation, has suffered a major setback. There has been a big increase in the prices of petrol and diesel in the country. The government of Pakistan has increased the prices of petrol and diesel by Rs 35 per litre. Along with this, the prices of kerosene oil have also been increased.
The Shehbaz Sharif government of Pakistan has announced new prices of petroleum products on Sunday (January 29).
Big increase in the price of petrol and diesel
Pakistan’s economy is on the verge of collapse. It is becoming difficult for the common people to even get the daily essentials. Meanwhile, the huge increase in the prices of petrol and diesel has increased the difficulties of the common people. Pakistan’s Finance Minister Ishaq Dar on Sunday announced an increase of Rs 35 in the prices of petrol and diesel from January 29 after the rupee depreciated against the dollar.
Heavy fall in rupee against dollar
Finance Minister Ishaq Dar also announced in his televised address that the prices of kerosene oil and light diesel oil have been increased by Rs 18 each. This increase comes after the rupee fell to a historic low against the dollar following the removal of the unofficial cap. After the steep fall in the value of the Pakistan Rupee, there was speculation that the government may increase the prices by more than Rs 80.
new price of petroleum products in pakistan
• High Speed Diesel – Rs 262.80 per liter
MS Petrol – Rs 249.80 per liter
Kerosene oil oil – Rs 189.83 per liter
Light diesel oil – Rs 187 per liter
Pakistan’s Finance Minister informed that OGRA (Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority) requested the government of Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif to implement new rates on an immediate basis to prevent temporary hoarding and speculation about shortage of petrol. Was.
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