Imran Khan accuses Pakistani government of rising fuel prices and praises India again
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has once again accused the Shebaz Sharif government after the federal government raised the price of gasoline and diesel by 30 rupees per liter while recalling the Indian name.
While criticizing the government, Imran said the “insensitive government” was not pursuing Pakistan’s Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) party’s deal with Russia on 30% cheaper oil.
He continued to praise India, saying that US strategic allies were able to reduce fuel prices by 25 rupees per liter by buying cheaper oil from Russia.
“The country has begun to pay the obedient price of the import government before foreign masters, and the price of gasoline and diesel has risen by 20% / Rs30 per liter. This is the highest single price rise in history. The incompetent and insensitive government is not pursuing a deal with Russia. Oil is 30% cheaper. “
“In contrast, India, a strategic ally of the United States, was able to reduce fuel prices by 25 rupees per liter by buying cheaper oil from Russia, he said in another tweet. ..