PTI lays landmines without raising petrol prices: PM

PTI lays landmines without raising petrol prices: PM

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that PTI should not increase petrol prices and lay landmines.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif while addressing the senators of PML-N said that he wanted to go to the polls after electoral reforms, we will go to the polls after completing our term, the allies decided that we will go for elections.

The Prime Minister said that after taking over the government, there were various challenges, the PTI government signed an agreement with the IMF. , Petrol prices increased in the world and were reduced in Pakistan, PTI did not remember the poor people for 3 and a half years, PTI did not increase petrol prices and laid landmines.

Shahbaz Sharif said that China is lending us 3 2.3 billion, friendly countries have always sided with Pakistan, we are suffering from the wrong policies of the previous government, working day and night to get the country out of crisis.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif added that millions of people sacrificed for the establishment of Pakistan. In the last 75 years, the goals of establishing Pakistan have not been achieved. Pakistan is going through a difficult time today. We have to change the destiny of our country. Nature has blessed Pakistan with immense blessings.

The Prime Minister said that a project like Rekodak has not been activated, there are still problems to come, he had said on the first day that he would not misrepresent the nation, we will not claim to end corruption in 90 days.

Shahbaz Sharif further said that the conditions have been agreed with the IMF, the agreement will not bring prosperity overnight, we have to improve our economy, we have to go beyond personal likes and dislikes.

Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif said that he is paying Rs. 2,000 per month to provide relief to the common man. In the last three and a half years, not even one out of millions of houses has been provided.

The Prime Minister said that relations with other countries, including Turkey and Saudi Arabia, have deteriorated. The path is difficult, not impossible. The PTI government has made blatant mistakes Matin was low then PTI government did not make an agreement, if an agreement had been made the country would have been provided cheap gas today, we will break the deadlock.