ISLAMABAD: Reacting to the federal government’s decision to raise the prices of petrol, PML-N Spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb highly condemned the act.
A surge of Rs.5.15 per litre in the petrol price, Rs.5.38 for kerosene oil, Rs.5.65 per litre for high-speed diesel and Rs.8.90 for the light diesel oil were made on Wednesday.
The petrol price then jumped to Rs.117.83 per litre from the present Rs.112.68, indicating a surge of 5 per cent.
She mocked incumbent Prime Minister Imran Khan, questioning the PM over his vow of bringing down price pf per litre petrol down to Rs46 before assuming the office.
“Effects of holding country as mortgage to IMF are not showing up. Petrol, bread, travel, gas and electricity will further continue to get more expensive”, Marriyum claimed.