Maryam, Bilkawal thrash govt over petrol crisis

Staff Reporters
Lahore/ Karachi

Vice President Muslim League Nawaz (PML-N) Maryam Nawaz and PPP Cairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari bashed government of Pakistan for nationwide petrol crisis on Thursday.

Taking it to the micro-blogging social media website Twitter, Maryam Nawaz stated that making the nation stand in queues for the pursuit of flour, sugar and petrol shows government’s incompetency.

In addition to this she said that the public is under due calamity whereas the government is not paying heed to the condition of poor people.

Maryam went on to say that Imran Khan was not seen tensed even for a single day while public is brutally suffering. Chairman Pakistan Peoples’ Party (PPP) Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, on Thursday also thrashed federal government over ongoing petrol strike. While addressing the nationwide issue, he mentioned that public’s lack of access to the basic necessities of life identifies that government has failed to solve the basic problems of people of the country.
He said that due to the government’s negation of Petroleum Dealers Association (PDA) whole of the country is suffering.

Bilawal went on to add that along with the lack of availability of basic necessities of life to people, petrol is also unavailable nationwide whereas at the localities where it is available public is enforced to stand in long queues.

Moreover he went on to mention that the public was already buying the petrol and petroleum products on historically hiked rates, now the hike in petrol prices would add to the public suffering.

Chairman PPP said that the load-shedding, inflation, electricity crisis and hike in petrol prices are gifts of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf’s (PTI) International Monetary Fund (IMF) deal.

Bilawal stated that their party had opposed the budget presented by PTI government from the very beginning, now the whole country is bearing the consequences of PTI’s budget. The poor condition of country’s economy and public identifies the incompetency of Imran Khan.

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