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Government hikes petrol price by Rs 10.49, anger on social media

People in Pakistan have got angry on social media after the information about the increase in the price of petrol by Rs 10.49 per liter. There has been a flood of awesome memes.

New Delhi. When it comes to memes on the Internet, it means that jokes and anger are expressed in such a way that the users laugh and get angry. Now talk about Pakistan, after the recent decision of the government here, there has been a tremendous flood of memes on social media. And why not come? The Government of Pakistan has drastically increased the price of petrol in the country.

After this, Pakistanis have fiercely criticized the government’s decision to increase petrol prices on Twitter. Pakistan’s Geo News has given this information in a recent report. The report said that it was learned on Saturday morning that the Pakistan Finance Ministry has approved an increase in the price of petrol by Rs 10.49 per liter.

After this, users expressed anger over this move of the Pakistan government on social media. Not only this, petrolprice hashtag is also trending on Twitter. The reason for this is social media users taking out their anger after this decision of the Government of Pakistan.

Pakistani Twitter users not only took to social media to vent their anger after the steep hike in petrol prices, but also made scathing comments that mocked the government. Not only this, after this move of the government, the opposition has also started besieging it.

Reacting to the announcement of the latest hike in petrol prices, Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly and PML-N President Shahbaz Sharif said that with the increase in electricity rates by 14 per cent, a petrol bomb has been blown on the people of the country.

A Geo News report said that Shahbaz Sharif attacked the PTI government, saying that Prime Minister Imran Khan has no right to continue in office. Not only this, he has also demanded the resignation of Imran Khan.

At the same time, PPP chairman Bilawal Bhutto said in a statement that the PTI government has brought a tsunami of inflation in the country through increase in petrol prices. He said that the Government of Pakistan is actually blaming the people for their incompetence and during the PPP era, the burden of rising petroleum prices and products in the global market was never put on the shoulders of the public.