Prime Minister announces a reduction of Rs 15 a liter in petrol and diesel prices

Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan announced a relief package of Rs 900 billion, including a reduction of Rs 15 per liter on petroleum products.

The Prime Minister announced a relief patch for the situation caused by the Corona virus in the country and said that 300 units of electricity users will be billed in a 3 month installment from the users. There are 2 swords left for labor.

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Imran Khan said that there is a fund of 100 billion for the small and medium industries. 200 billion rupees has been released for the workers. He said that 100 billion rupees would be given to export industries to issue immediate tax refunds. Taxes are being deducted on essential items including pulses.

The Prime Minister said that 150 billion rupees have been allocated for four months to provide relief to the poor. He will increase shelters. 50 billion more will be allocated for the utility store. 280 billion has been earmarked for wheat procurement so that farmers can get money and control the situation in the least rural areas. In addition, Rs 25 billion has been released for National Disaster Management Authority.

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Imran Khan said that we could not handle curfew in the country. We cannot do more than coronate, it can do more harm than good and wrong decisions. Crafting will have a profound effect on the country. We cannot provide people with curation in raw populations.

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He said that the curfew is the last step and we will have to decide after thinking about it. We will seal the area where it is feared to be spread. In response to a question, the Prime Minister said that the information ministry has been directed to prepare a package for the media workers too.

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