- Paying electricity bills has become impossible for middle class, Fawad Chaudhry.
- He said that the worst model of the fascist rule is prevailing in Pakistan at present.
- He said that the Sindh government has given terrorist leaflets to the protestors during the visit of Shahbaz Sharif.
Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) leader Fawad Chaudhry has said that paying the price of electricity has become impossible for the middle class, Bol News reported.
Fawad in his statement on the social networking site Twitter said that the worst model of the fascist rule is prevailing in Pakistan at present.
بدترین فاشسٹ حکمرانی کا ماڈل اس وقت پاکستان میں رائج ہے، سندہ حکومت نے شہباز شریف کے دورے کے دوران احتجاج کرنیوالوں پر دہشت گردی کے پرچے دے دئیے ہیں یہ غریب ترین طبقہ سے تعلق رکھتے ہیں سپریم کورٹ کے سات رکنی بنچ کے واضعُ احکامات کے باوجود یہ سب ہو رہا ہے https://t.co/GWKWXpLlqK
— Ch Fawad Hussain (@fawadchaudhry) August 28, 2022
He said that the Sindh government has given terrorist leaflets to the protestors during the visit of Shahbaz Sharif, they belong to the poorest class.
The PTI leader said that all this is happening despite the clear orders of the seven-member bench of the Supreme Court.
The former federal minister says that the rate of inflation has increased to more than 44%, it has become impossible for the middle class to pay the price of electricity and oil and the government must give full disclosure of the IMF deal.
Fawad added that the status of the politicians in the current government in financial matters is controversial and their words cannot be blindly trusted.
The rate of inflation in the country reached the highest level in the country’s history. If inflation continues to reign in the country, the weekly rate will reach the highest level in the country’s history.
As per details, the rate has increased by 1.83% for the second consecutive week after which the inflation rate has reached 44.58% weekly. The prices of 23 essential commodities increased during the recent week.
Meanwhile, the price of tomatoes has increased by Rs 47.42 per kg. Tomatoes have reached Rs 157 per kg from the average price of Rs 110, while the price of onion has increased by Rs 35.6 per kg.
Whereas, the price of potatoes increased by Rs. 3.88 per kg, while the price of eggs increased by Rs. 7.25 per dozen this week. A domestic cylinder of LPG has become expensive by Rs 51.2 per week.
A 390 mg packet of baby milk powder has become expensive by Rs 8.57 while the price of broiler chicken has increased by Rs 2.48per kg this week. However, a 20 kg bag of wheat flour became expensive by Rs 7 per week.