Pakistan

Imran claims credit for ‘big’ cut in petrol rates

KARACHI: PTI chairman Imran Khan said on Wednesday that no nation could develop without rendering sacrifices and fighting for their rights, ARY News reported.

We won’t give up till our last breath until we get justice, he told his sit-in participants in Islamabad.

“The government reduced prices of petroleum products due to pressure of sit-ins,” said Imran Khan.

He demanded that petroleum products rates should further be curtailed by November 30.  “Petrol prices should further be reduced by Rs 8.” He was of the view that petroleum prices had slashed by 25% in the international market, but the government of Pakistan was not giving its knock-on effect to people here.

He lashed out at the parliamentarians, saying they spoke lie all the time.

The PTI chief slammed the government “for putting the nation under pile of debt.” Khan said leaders still could not maintain the supremacy of law.

He announced that the PTI’s ‘tsunami’ was heading to Rahim yar Khan on Sunday.

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