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ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister (PM) Shehbaz Sharif on Monday hinted at more loadshedding in the month of July citing increasing prices of oil and gas in the international market, ARY News reported.
This he said while addressing the lawmakers of the coalition partners in Islamabad.
“There are problems of gas and oil, loadhshedding may increase in July,” he was quoted as saying. PM Shehbaz Sharif said the people of Pakistan are facing tough economic conditions.

The premier said first time in the history of Pakistan direct tax has been imposed on the rich. Commenting on the revival of the IMF programme, PM Shehbaz Sharif said the fund has placed ‘bitter’ conditions and went on to say that deal would be sealed soon.
Read more: Karachiites hold protests against unscheduled, prolonged loadshedding
Citizens took to the streets to protest against unscheduled and prolonged loadshedding in different areas of Karachi.
Several areas have been facing the worst power outages including Hijrat Colony, Sultanabad, Nazimabad, Gulistan-e-Johar and others.
Electricity consumers of Hijrat Colony and Sultanabad have blocked PIDC bridge and MT Khan Road to protest against the prolonged loadshedding.
The protestors raised slogans against the government and K-Electric, the sole power provider of the metropolis, and installed barriers on the road, causing the worst traffic jam

 

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What a complete FARCE .. you did this u foreign import dog with coward bajwa

While In a global market; most of Russia's customers don't care about the sanctions; and certainly not like India and China continue buy cheap putin oil. Our possibilities to do the same died with imran kicked out of office!

We will now be bullied to buy overpriced oil and bankrupt Pakistan. Bravo bajwa
 

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More loadshedding?

I am more afraid keh kaheen riots na ho jayen.

The situation is going to get worse in July. We do not have the LNG cargoes lined up, our foreign reserves are already down in the ruins, coal and FO prices are also sky high.

If the oil prices do not significantly come down and someone does not give us a grant (not a loan, a grant to just splash on fuel), we are in for a horrific July.

No one in the media or general public is aware of the dire situation we are seeing a month from now.
 

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More loadshedding?

I am more afraid keh kaheen riots na ho jayen.

The situation is going to get worse in July. We do not have the LNG cargoes lined up, our foreign reserves are already down in the ruins, coal and FO prices are also sky high.

If the oil prices do not significantly come down and someone does not give us a grant (not a loan, a grant to just splash on fuel), we are in for a horrific July.

No one in the media or general public is aware of the dire situation we are seeing a month from now.
We only have dumbass nikammay waile loag posing as “jurnalists”. They all are lifafa journalists. Always with one or the other.
None of them has any vision or talk about impending doom and massive unemployment staring us in the face……even those employed may lose their jobs when its gas/electricity mass liadshedding…..no power means no work done. Already they’re forcing shops closing at 9pm, that means less sales and some helpers/workers will lose their small jobs as they won’t be needed.

So many shopkeepers gonna be home at 9pm, get ready for more babies lolz…..new generation of loadshedding babies lol….ummah ko berhao shabash :lol
Their wives will be happy, hopefully. Munnay kay abba ghar jaldi anay lagay hain bas!

Until the people do what sri lankans did……nothing will change!
 

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More loadshedding?

I am more afraid keh kaheen riots na ho jayen.

The situation is going to get worse in July. We do not have the LNG cargoes lined up, our foreign reserves are already down in the ruins, coal and FO prices are also sky high.

If the oil prices do not significantly come down and someone does not give us a grant (not a loan, a grant to just splash on fuel), we are in for a horrific July.

No one in the media or general public is aware of the dire situation we are seeing a month from now.
Ek dafa hone dain is dafa bhai jaan. Lets law and order collapse for a few days. Might take out a few elites.
 

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Na bijli hogi
Na bill aay ga

I heard that in Pakistan people who don't use electricity also receive a bill.

People of Pakistan need to do something about these crooks, they will destroy Pakistan. First get rid of Mir Bajra and co.

Nothing will happen. The people of Pakistan can be taken for a ride and these crooks figured that out a while ago. People who let themselves get exploited deserve more exploitation. The educated people are fleeing Pakistan. I met a family from Lahore. Husband did his PhD in France after learning the French language. Wife is now doing her PhD research in The Netherlands. They don't want to go back to Pakistan after the latest PDM drama. The people of Pakistan have no future. It is the same old filth.
 
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