Bilawal rejects petrol price hike, says selected govt holding back Pakistan from progressing

Bilawal Bhutto petrol price

The Chairman of Pakistan Peoples Party, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has rejected the recent petroleum price hike.

In a statement on Monday, the PPP Chairman has said that the Federal government doesn’t care about the problems of poor people.

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has said that the incumbent government has increased the price of petrol by 10 rupees per litre in one month. He said that government is increasing petrol prices to meet its own expenses.

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The PPP Chairman further stated that this selected government’s incompetence is holding back Pakistan from progressing. He said that the Prime Minister Imran Khan doesn’t know anything except lying and political victimisation.

Bilawal asked the PM Imran Khan take back the decision to increase petrol prices and have mercy on the people. He said that Peoples Party had kept petrol prices stable despite facing harsh conditions.

It is to be mentioned here that the incumbent government had raised the petrol price by Rs 1.71 per litre for August, the premier’s aide on political communication, Shahbaz Gill, had announced last week.