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Fawad rejects opposition’s criticism on increase in petroleum prices


ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Information and Broadcasting Fawad Chaudhry on Thursday has said that opposition is criticizing the government over increasing petroleum prices.

In a statement, the minister said the government was forced to raise the cost of gasoline as oil prices on the international market rose from $60 to $95.

The important aspect of any criticism, he added, is that you should provide some alternative ways to solve the problem.

Earlier, Fawad Chaudhry said that corrupt opposition leaders will fail the no-confidence motion as they will be jailed for looting and looting the nation’s wealth.

He told a media briefing after the cabinet meeting that they could file a motion of no-confidence if they managed to get out of the corruption case, but he did not foresee any such move as they would go to jail before their misfortune.

Fawad said the opposition had tried 13 times in the past to overthrow the elected government, but their current bid would suffer the same fate.

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