PRICES OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS ARE LIKELY TO INCREASE BY RS 10.50

ISLAMABAD: The government is gearing up to give another shock to the inflation-stricken people. OGRA has proposed an increase of Rs 10.50 paise in the prices of petroleum products.

OGRA has received a summary of increase in prices of petroleum products. It has been proposed to increase the price of petrol by Rs 1 per liter, high speed diesel by Rs 10.50 per liter, kerosene by Rs 5.50 per liter and light diesel by Rs 5.50 per liter. An increase is suggested.

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A summary of the increase in prices of petroleum products has been prepared in accordance with the existing Levy and General Sales Tax (GST).

According to sources, the final decision on prices will be taken by the Finance Ministry in consultation with the Prime Minister tomorrow and the new prices will be implemented from September 16.

It may be recalled that on September 1, the government had reduced the price of petrol by Rs1.50 per liter and high speed diesel by Rs1.50 per liter, kerosene by Rs1.50 per liter and light diesel by Rs1 per liter. What was

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GREAT NEWS FOR GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, THE GOVERNMENT CAME TO THE FORE

ISLAMABAD: The government itself has come to the fore for government employees. An application is being filed in the Supreme Court for all such employees who have been sacked by the decision of the Supreme Court. The government will file a petition against the dismissal of 16,000 government employees. A restraining order will be sought until the review application is decided.

According to the correspondent of New News, the government has decided to take a stay order against the decision of the Supreme Court to dismiss the government employees. According to the sources of the Attorney General’s Office, the government will file a petition against the dismissal of 16,000 government employees