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Published: 10:02 PM, 3 Jun, 2022
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♦ The IMF has won; Masses of Pakistan lost; The government has crossed all the boundaries of public hostility; Price of petrol and diesel increased further by Rs30 per liter; With this increase price of petrol reached Rs209.86; The new price of High speed diesel is Rs204.15 per liter; Light diesel available at Rs178 per liter; Kerosene at Rs181.94 per liter; The people erupted against the government

♦ The government has decided to reduce the supply of free petrol by 30 to 40 per cent; The Prime Minister will announce austerity measures; PM Shehbaz says “All the ministers including me have to adopt simplicity”; This measure will have to be accepted by the officers and the upper class; PM Shehbaz says the government had no other choice; PM Shehbaz says how can you subsidize imported goods

♦ Sindh CM Murad Ali Shah reduced the petrol quota of ministers and officials by 40 per cent; He says the burden of increase in petrol prices should not fall on the exchequer; Karachi Administrator Murtaza Wahab also reduced the petrol of KMC officials by 40 per cent

♦ Rising POL product prices have sparked protests in the Senate; The Senate Chairman threatened to adjourn the senate session; Members continued the siege; Former Finance Minister Shaukat Tarin says “We have been fighting the IMF for six months; Tarin says PTI’s government made it clear that he would not increase electricity prices; Azam Nazir Tarar also replied directly that now PTI will tell what is the state of the country's economy

♦ PTI Chairman and former prime minister Imran Khan says it is good to remain neutral, but integrity is very important; Imran Khan says the coalition government wants to make a case of treason against him to clear their way

♦ Federal Information Minister Marriyum Aurangzeb takes a dig at Imran Khan; She alleges that inflation, unemployment and rudeness, all are the gift of Imran Khan; Minister of State Musadik says those who earn Rs40,000 per month will be given Rs2,000 per month

♦ PML-N Vice-President Maryam Nawaz says Imran Khan’s government had made cruel agreements with IMF;  Maryam Nawaz says “We feel the pain of the people”; Maryam Nawaz says that the economic foundations of the country are being strengthened; PML-N will give relief to the people. It will take some time but the country will get out of the crisis

♦ Federal Minister Qamar Zaman Kaira says Imran Khan made petrol cheaper for the sake of cheap fame; The government had no choice but to increase the prices; Qamar Zaman Kaira says that the government will have to go for targeted subsidy for the middle class on petrol

♦ In Lahore, 11 items including milk, yoghurt, rice and gram became more expensive

♦ Transporters also inflicted inflation on the poor; Up to 20 per cent increase in fares; The fare from Lahore to Rawalpindi has been increased to Rs2000; Faisalabad to Rs1,050 and Sargodha to Rs950; The fare for Murree has reached Rs2300 and for Karachi to Rs4300; Jamaat-e-Islami protests in Gujranwala, symbolic funeral of the government was held

♦ Aftershocks of inflation; Yamaha motorcycle also increased the prices. YB 125Z is priced at Rs20,000; The price has gone up to Rs231,500

♦ IMF pressure; Petroleum products and electricity will become more expensive in the budget. It was proposed to further reduce the subsidy; Recommendation to gradually increase levy on petroleum products from July 1 and ensure collection of sales tax

♦ The Prime Minister visited Command and Staff College Quetta; He laid a wreath at the Martyrs' Memorial

♦ The Prime Minister gave the status of Special Vetting Agency to ISI; The responsibility of scrutiny regarding appointment, posting and promotion of officers has given to ISI

♦ Take thoughtful action on the appointment of Chairman NAB; No pressure should be accepted from outside the system nor should appointments be made; Chief Justice's conversation with the Attorney General; NAB should not accept pressure to make a baseless case; Court orders change of investigating officer in cases; Government has one week to legalize ECL amendment.

♦ Court bars police from arresting Sheikh Rashid: Seeks record of cases registered against him from government: Sheikh Rashid says new government’s time is up

♦ Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari has addressed a letter to the United Nations Secretary General to draw the attention to malicious conviction of Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik

♦ Worst load shedding in the scorching heat; Power shortfall in the country reached 6,775 MW; The duration of load shedding in most areas exceeded 14 hours; Silk road closed as demonstration of locals 

♦ It has been 51 hours since the fire broke out in a super store near Jail Chowragi in Karachi; Cracks in the walls of the building, hollow foundations; According to the building management, the fire started due to short circuit; The fire spread due to storage of cooking oil

♦ A man on a motorcycle tried to cross the road in a hurry and was crushed under a dumper; A traffic accident took place near Karimabad in Karachi yesterday

♦ Sindh Transport Minister Sharjeel Memon announces test drive of People's Intra District Bus Service from tomorrow; He says test drive will be conducted from Model Colony to Awari Tower. 

♦ Allama Iqbal's grandson's unique protest; Waleed Iqbal kept making rooster crows in the Senate session

♦ Don't put tinted windows on the car; Otherwise, the fine will be Rs2500 instead of Rs500; Lahore Traffic Police started rounding up

♦ Hindu extremist groups threatened the Muslims on worshipping at the Jamia Masjid in Karnataka

♦ Pakistani student Israr Khan made history at Oxford University; Israr Khan's speech at Oxford Union with shalwar kameez and Pashtun turban on his head; Israr Khan hails from Qila Abdullah area of Balochistan

♦ Pakistan women's team's excellent performance against Sri Lanka; In the second ODI also defeated Sri Lanka by 73 runs to win the series; Sidra Amin played an excellent inning of 123 runs; The third and final match of the series will be played on Sunday

♦ Legendary heavyweight boxer Muhammad Ali, who ruled the boxing world, passed away six years ago; Muhammad Ali won 56 matches in 20 years, winning the title of World Champion in 1964, 1974 and 1978

  

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