Pakistan

Govt lambaste officials for high prices, shortages

ISLAMABAD: Three federal ministers on Tuesday lambasted the poor performance of bureaucracy during the cabinet meeting and held it responsible for lingering wheat/ flour and sugar crisis.

A heated debate occurred during the proceedings of the federal cabinet held under the chairmanship of Prime Minister Imran Khan where the ministers accused the bureaucracy of delayed decisions, resulting in eruption of wheat/flour crisis like situation in the country. The bureaucracy is responsible for the wheat and sugar crises as they misled the government, they said.

The most vocal ministers including Murad Saeed, Faisal Vawda, Shireen Mazari and some others took the stance that the decision making got delayed mainly because of bureaucracy as they took too long for importing wheat and in the meanwhile the price of wheat increased in the international market.

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