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Published: 10:00 PM, 3 Nov, 2021
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♦ Petrol will be more expensive; Gas shortage is also likely in winters; Before announcing the relief package, the Prime Minister also warned the nation that Pakistan is the only importing country where petrol is cheaper; Says Petrol in India is Rs250 per litre and in Bangladesh, it is Rs200 per litre; Prime Minister blamed the global markets for the rise in prices; Says oil and ghee prices have doubled in the world, what can we do?

♦ Prime Minister admits that inflation is really a problem; Complains that media should criticize but balance a little that inflation is a global problem; Announced a package of Rs.120 billion for 20 million families; Four million families will be able to take interest-free loans; One member of each family will be taught skills; Everyone will get health insurance

♦ As Prime Minister was announcing the relief package; the Utility Stores notified increase in the prices of cooking oil by Rs65 per kg and ghee by Rs53 per kg; First grade cooking oil has gone up from Rs347 to Rs410 per litre; First grade ghee will be available at Rs400 per kg

♦ Sugar prices continue increasing on a daily basis; In Peshawar, sugar becomes more expensive than petrol as the price has gone up to Rs145 per kg; In Lahore, sugar has gone up by Rs4 to Rs129 per kg; Before the winter, the tea prices of different brands became expensive by Rs200 to reach Rs1,200 pet kg

♦ Opposition rejects PM's relief package; Bilawal Bhutto says PM's relief package is nothing but a joke; PML-N spokesperson Marriyum Aurangzeb demanded the resignation of the Prime Minister for announcing the fraud package

♦ IMF won, Pakistani people lost as the government knelt before the International Monetary Fund and accepted all demands; Electricity and gas likely to become more expensive; Petroleum prices will also rise in next few days; Pakistan will take steps to increase tax revenue; The privatization program will also be fully implemented

♦ Senate Standing Committee on Finance echoes inflation; Members take the government to the task; Deputy Governor SBP admits interference in currency rates fluctuations; NAB recovered Rs.815 billion, where did the money go? Questions members; Summons the Chairman NAB. And Governor State Bank

♦ The Supreme Court has termed the performance of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Forest Department as disappointing; CJP says hotels and rest houses have been built on the hills of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa; Says the city of Peshawar is completely deserted; Justice Ijaz-ul-Ahsan said that if 19 crore plants had been planted, the entire KP would have been looked green

♦ A meeting of the Parliamentary Committee on National Security has been convened on November 8; Opposition leaders Shahbaz Sharif and Bilawal Bhutto are also invited; a briefing on current national security issues would be given by the military officials

♦ Chinese Ambassador Nong Rong while speaking at spoke Naseem Zahra at 8 programme of 24News said Pak-China relations have improved more than ever; Bilateral cooperation has been further strengthened; Says China and Pakistan have close ties on Kashmir and other issues; Says we fully support each other in safeguarding each other’s interests

♦ A convoy of 120 vehicles is not enough for Punjab Chief Minister; The Chief Minister's House has asked for two more vehicles; S&GAD will buy new vehicles on loan; new vehicles are also to be procured for other departments; a summary of the names of the austerity committee has been sent to the Punjab Cabinet

♦ Eighty-two more activists of the religious organization were released from Adiala Jail; the number of workers released in two days rose to 132; the sit-in in Wazirabad is still going on; Chenab Bridge remained closed in Gujarat - Khanki Barrage Bridge opened for traffic

♦ A tragic accident in Azad Kashmir as a passenger bus fell into a ditch in Sadhnauti, killing 23 passengers and injuring several others; the dead included women and children; the bus was going to Kotli from Rawalpindi

♦ Alleged abduction of a 14-year-old girl from Kot Lakhpat area of Lahore; Family members accused the police of helping the accused; Staged a protest outside the police station, Said accused Mushtaq and Amir raped the girl and then abducted her

♦ 24News effort bore fruit; following the notice of the Senate Standing Committee on Aviation, the Civil Aviation Authority took a major decision; all airlines are allowed to start regular flights from November 10

♦ Modi crossed the Pakistani border in the dark of night; a special plane of the Indian Prime Minister passed through Pakistani airspace on his return from Europe; a spokesman for the CAA said the plane was allowed to cross the airspace by the relevant authority

♦ Islamic Jamiat Talba goes berserk at Punjab University; the activists of the organization tortured the students; threatens female students with dire consequences who made the video of the incidents

♦ Noor Muqaddam case’s main accused Zahir Jaffar went berserk in Court, Court sent him outside the courtroom and asked his mother to teach his son to behave otherwise the case would be heard in the jail

♦ Pakistan reached World Cup T20 semi-finals after victory over Namibia; Pakistan players made a surprise visit to the Namibian dressing room to encourage them

♦ Kohli’s XI faces Afghanistan challenge in a do-or-die clash; New Zealand beat Scotland by 16 runs

♦ Babar Azam becomes No 1 batsman in ICC’s T20 rankings; David Malan is in second spot, Aaron Finch third, Muhammad Rizwan fourth and Virat Kohli in fifth

♦ Students of six universities visited Lahore Garrison; watched war games and tanks, guns and other armour; praise the professionalism of the Pak army

♦ Tableeghi Congregation to start tomorrow after Asar prayers in Raiwind

♦ Ship Hang Tong struck at Karachi’s shore sent back into the sea after three months

♦ Eighth anniversary of the nightingale of the desert Reshman today; The Lambi Judayee and Char Dinaan Da Mela famed singer was conferred with Sitara-i-Imtiaz by the Pakistani government in recognition of her services rendered to the music industry

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