On Sunday, Pakistan’s Finance Minister, Miftah Ismail, declared that the Petrol Prices would remain unchanged throughout the country in May.
Petrol Prices in Pakistan
People were urged to avoid building lineups at the fuel stations in hot weather, fearing that the prices would rise, the finance minister in Islamabad.
He claimed that Pakistan’s petrol price would lower in the future.
According to Miftah Ismail, the government would force to raise the pricing of petroleum products if worldwide oil prices continue to rise.
Although he had recommended it, the minister said that Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif had declined to raise the pricing.
He said that Imran Khan had planted landmines and that they were suffering the brunt of the damage.
Pakistan’s finance minister, Miftah Ismail, announced that he would resume talks with the IMF about a rescue package for his country.
Former Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin has agreed with the IMF to phase off subsidies on petroleum items, he said.