PM Khan reduces prices of petrol and electricity

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ISLAMABAD, Feb 28,2022- Prime Minister Imran Khan announced a reduction in the prices of petrol, diesel and electricity and further stated that there would be no increase in these prices till the next budget.

Addressing the nation, Prime Minister Imran Khan said that his government is reducing the price of petrol and diesel by Rs 10.

The Prime Minister also announced to reduce the price of electricity by Rs 5 per unit, and assured that petrol, diesel and electricity will not be made more expensive till the next budget.

Prime Minister Imran Khan said that the foreign policy of the country should be for the benefit of his country, foreign policy should not be for the benefit of anyone.

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He further said that wrong foreign policy had been formulated in the past, since his beginning of politics there was a desire for an independent foreign policy of Pakistan.

“A free nation means a policy that is in the interest of the nation,” he said.

Citing the example of the past, he said that Pakistan had nothing to do with US war on terror, we should not have joined US war on terror.

The Prime Minister reiterated that unfortunately that foreign policy was not for the benefit of Pakistanis, 80,000 Pakistanis lost their lives.

He said that it was a shame that a country was fighting for a country and it was being bombed.

Talking about international politics, he said that the situation in the world is changing rapidly and the effects of the changing situation are also affecting Pakistan.

He said that military dictators want the world to recognize and recognize them.

Citing the recent US-led war in Afghanistan, he lashed out at previous governments, saying that 10 drone strikes were carried out under Musharraf, while 400 drone strikes were carried out under Asif Zardari and Nawaz Sharif.

Talking about freedom of press, the Prime Minister said that baseless rumors of freedom of press are being spread.

“Good journalism is an asset to society, criticism informs us,” he added.