Pakistan

PM says 'gas crisis to end in two years'

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif announced on Sunday that gas crisis will end in the country in next two years, ARY News reported.

The premier paid surprise visit to Aabpara Market in G-10 sector of Islamabad today. He listened to the grievances of some shopkeepers and assured to resolve them.

He also talked to general public in a pleasant mood and inquired about their issues. “I have come here to check whether downstream effects of cut in petrol rates reached masses or not,” he said.

Addressing people on the occasion, he said the government was trying to control inflation to facilitate masses.

We are trying our level best to serve people, he added.

He bragged that Petrol was Rs 107 per litre when their government took charge, adding the fuel rates had now been brought down to Rs 70 per litre.

People, on the occasion, informed the PM that transporters were not reducing their fares. Mr. Sharif replied that he would look into the issue and resolve it accordingly as soon as possible.

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