ISLAMABAD: PML-N-led coalition authorities on Wednesday has jacked up petrol worth by Rs24 per litre, ARY Information reported.
The announcement was made by Finance Minister Miftah Ismail whereas addressing a press convention in Islamabad, citing authorities was not ready to bear extra subsidies anymore.
He mentioned that the brand new costs will come into impact from 12 am on June 15.
Miftah criticised the earlier authorities’s insurance policies that, in keeping with him, “deteriorated the nation’s financial system”.
The finance minister mentioned the incumbent authorities was bearing the brunt of that, including that at present, Pakistan, on each litre, was bearing a lack of Rs24.3 on petrol, Rs59.16 diesel, Rs39.49 kerosene oil, and Rs39.16 on gentle diesel oil.