Pakistan: On the issue of rising inflation, the opposition surrounded the government of Imran Khan in Parliament


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The prices of staple foods and gasoline have also skyrocketed in Pakistan. On the issue of inflation, the opposition parties have worked out a joint strategy, surrounding the Imran government in Parliament.

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Inflation in Pakistan has risen for the fifth week in a row. While the country’s price sensitive index (SPI) posted a 0.67 percent increase, weekly inflation also rose 1.29 percent in October. On the other hand, the prices of basic foods and gasoline have also skyrocketed. The opposition parties have worked out a joint strategy, surrounding the Imran government in Parliament on the inflation issue.

Prices of essential foods soared, more expensive than Chinese gasoline
According to the Dawn newspaper report, the main items whose prices increased in weekly inflation include tomato 19.23 percent, sugar 5.32 percent, mustard oil 3.74 percent, LPG 3.23 percent. The Imran government has also announced that it will increase the price of gasoline by 8.03 percent. Although the price of sugar is more expensive than that of gasoline, it is sold at 150 rupees per kg in the country.

To do this, the opposition parties have worked out a common strategy in Parliament, blaming the Imran government. Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif (PML-N) has held talks with the Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, to demand immediate relief on oil products or to warn of the protest. On the other hand, Shazia Marie from the opposition party has also warned the Imran government.

Each food is expensive, gasoline costs 145 rupees. per liter cross
The price of gasoline in Pakistan has risen to Rs 145.82 per liter. The price of sugar has increased by Rs 8 per kg on the Peshawar wholesale market. The president of the Association of Sugar Sellers said that sugar is sold in bulk at 140 rupees per kg, while on the retail market its price has reached between 145 and 150 rupees per kg. On the other hand, all foods, including flour, oil and legumes, have become expensive in the country.

Imran’s aid package is a package of lies: Shahbaz
The president of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and opposition leader in the National Assembly, Shahbaz Sharif, called the 12 billion rupee aid package recently announced by Imran Khan a package of lies. Sharif questioned whether at the time of the federal budget announcement, it was not claimed to be a tax-free budget.

Now the prime minister is talking about raising the price of gasoline in the national interest. The government’s budget estimates are also unreliable, he said. The country is concerned about the terms of the IMF rather than granting loans. Pakistan is bearing the burden of debt. We condemn the government.

Discussion on strategy in shared session
The head of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), Maulana Fazlur Rehman, called a leadership meeting to discuss rising inflation in the country and other issues of national importance. Sharing the meeting agenda, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal (JUI-F) leader Hafiz Hamdulla said that the opposition alliance will discuss its strategy for a joint session of Parliament at the meeting.

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Inflation in Pakistan has risen for the fifth week in a row. While the country’s price sensitive index (SPI) posted a 0.67 percent increase, weekly inflation also rose 1.29 percent in October. On the other hand, the prices of basic foods and gasoline have also skyrocketed. The opposition parties have worked out a joint strategy, surrounding the Imran government in Parliament on the inflation issue.

Prices of essential foods soared, more expensive than Chinese gasoline

According to the Dawn newspaper report, the main items whose prices increased in weekly inflation include tomato 19.23 percent, sugar 5.32 percent, mustard oil 3.74 percent, LPG 3.23 percent. The Imran government has also announced that it will increase the price of gasoline by 8.03 percent. Although the price of sugar is more expensive than that of gasoline, it is sold at 150 rupees per kg in the country.

To do this, the opposition parties have worked out a common strategy in Parliament, blaming the Imran government. Opposition leader Shahbaz Sharif (PML-N) has held talks with the Chairman of the Pakistan People’s Party (PPP), Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, to demand immediate relief on oil products or to warn of the protest. On the other hand, Shazia Marie from the opposition party has also warned the Imran government.

Each food is expensive, gasoline costs 145 rupees. per liter cross

The price of gasoline in Pakistan has risen to Rs 145.82 per liter. The price of sugar has increased by Rs 8 per kg on the Peshawar wholesale market. The president of the Association of Sugar Sellers said that sugar is sold in bulk at 140 rupees per kg, while on the retail market its price has reached between 145 and 150 rupees per kg. On the other hand, all foods, including flour, oil and legumes, have become expensive in the country.

Imran’s aid package is a package of lies: Shahbaz

The president of the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) and opposition leader in the National Assembly, Shahbaz Sharif, called the 12 billion rupee aid package recently announced by Imran Khan a package of lies. Sharif questioned whether at the time of the federal budget announcement, it was not claimed to be a tax-free budget.

Now the prime minister is talking about raising the price of gasoline in the national interest. The government’s budget estimates are also unreliable, he said. The country is concerned about the terms of the IMF rather than granting loans. Pakistan is bearing the burden of debt. We condemn the government.

Discussion on strategy in shared session

The head of the Pakistan Democratic Movement (PDM), Maulana Fazlur Rehman, called a leadership meeting to discuss rising inflation in the country and other issues of national importance. Sharing the meeting agenda, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Fazal (JUI-F) leader Hafiz Hamdulla said that the opposition alliance will discuss its strategy for a joint session of Parliament at the meeting.


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