Shehbaz blames PM Imran for gas crisis, inflation

Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) President Shehbaz Sharif has said that ration cards, queues, inflation, and lies are the identity symbols of Naya Pakistan.

Shehbaz, in his statement, said that the gas crisis in the country is due to Prime Minister Imran Khan’s mismanagement and corruption.

He said that the people standing in queues at petrol pumps are remembering old Pakistan today, adding that the insensitivity of tyrannical rulers is salt on the wounds of the poor and the entire country has been engulfed by the smog of inefficiency.

He further said that inefficiency, corruption and inflation engulfed the country in last three years and his heart cries as he sees the nation in long queues for petrol, flour, sugar and essential commodities.

Shehbaz said that a new bomb of 400 percent increase in the price of gas is going to fall on the nation from January 1.

Domestic and commercial consumers will get gas by paying an additional Rs 1,400 to Rs 1,700 per MMBTU from next month.

Sugar crisis after gas is also bothering the nation. Sugar prices have gone up to 150.

On the other hand, PML-N spokesperson Mariam Aurangzeb tweeted on the social networking website that PML-N supremo Nawaz Sharif ended load shedding, whereas, Imran Khan put the nation back in queues by giving false hopes.

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