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Petrol prices caught fire in Pakistan, prices reached a record level of Rs 233


Pakistan Govt Raises Petrol Price: The economic condition of Pakistan is slowly getting worse. Petrol price in Pakistan has once again increased drastically. The price of petrol per liter in Pakistan has reached above Rs 233. Here the price has increased by Rs 24 per liter in a day. Announcing on Wednesday, the Shahbaz Sharif government of Pakistan decided to increase the price of petrol by Rs 24 per liter.

Pakistan’s Finance Minister Miftah Ismail announced on June 15 that the government was no longer in a position to bear subsidies on petroleum products. In such a situation, the government has decided to increase the price of petrol by Rs 24.03. After this hike, the price of one liter of petrol in Pakistan has reached a record high of Rs 233.89.

Petrol price hiked in Pakistan

This is the third such increase on petroleum products in Pakistan within the last 20 days. The price of petrol in Pakistan has been increased by Rs 24.03. After which the price of petrol has increased to Rs 233.89 per liter. At the same time, after the increase of Rs 16.31 in the price of diesel, it will become Rs 263.31 per liter.

Pakistan government’s allegation on Imran Khan

Meanwhile, the new price of kerosene in Pakistan will be Rs 211.43 after an increase of Rs 29.49 and the price of light diesel will be Rs 207.47 after an increase of Rs 29.16. Finance Minister Ismail said that the government has no option but to pass on the effect of international prices to consumers in Pakistan. Pakistan’s Finance Minister Mifta Ismail criticized the policies of the previous Imran Khan government. He said that the previous government ruined the economy of the country.

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