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Imran Khan’s strange statement, said- did not enter politics to control the prices of ‘potato, tomato’


Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Sunday hit out at the opposition for moving a no-confidence motion against him, saying he did not enter politics to control the prices of ‘potato, tomato’. Imran Khan told a political rally in Hafizabad in Punjab province that the country will stand against those elements who are trying to topple the government ‘through money power’.

He said that Pakistan is going to be a great nation for the remainder of his term as the results of the concessions announced by his government will be visible soon. Khan said that he has entered politics for the sake of the youth of the country. By doing this (in politics) he has not got any personal advantage because he already has everything in life that a person dreams of.

The president of the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party said, “I did not enter politics to know the price of potatoes and tomatoes. I have entered politics for the sake of the youth of the country. “If we want to be a great nation, then we have to support the truth and this is what I have been teaching for the last 25 years,” he said. ‘

Pakistan’s general inflation, measured in the Consumer Price Index (CPI), is at a 24-month high of 13 percent. Prices of almost all items are increasing. According to the ‘Dawn’ newspaper, this is the highest CPI inflation since January, 2020, when it was 14.6 percent.

In such a situation, it was asked by the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan not to control the prices of potatoes and tomatoes, which is like hurting the general perception. Anyway, there are reports from time to time that the prices of things are touching the sky in Pakistan.

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