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PPP workers took street to protest against intensive price hike of basic commodities

 

By our staff reporter 
BADIN: Hundreds of leaders, workers and supporters of Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) district Badin chapter staged stern protest against price hike of daily consumptive commodities, electricity, gas and petrol rates.
The massive rally was taken out from Mehran chowk and concluded at out side of Badin Press Club on Friday where it turned into sit in consequently the traffic was jammed for several hours.
While addressing the large number protestants provincial minister Sindh, Muhammad Ismail Rahu, Haji Rasul Bux Chandio, Pir Noorullah Qureshi, Tanzilla-ume-Habiba Qambrani, Mir Ghulam Ali Talpur, Mir Allah Bux Talpur, Haj Sain Bux Jamali, Ramzan Chandio, Fida Hussain Mandhro, Abdul Ghafoor Nizamani, Abdul Rehman Baloch, Muhammad Nawaz Chandio, Khan Sahib Jamali, Ameer Hassan Khoso, Sajida Talpur and others said that Federal Government has lost the control and brought the devastation in the country by its inability and rising tide of skyrocketing prices of basic commodities.
They lashed out over the PTI led Federal Government for its bad governance and imprudent economic policies.
The said PTI Govt has been failed to deliver the nation and done nothing than shallow dreams adding that if public anger against inflation was miscalculated, it would deepen crises for the Federal Government and than it would loose the control to settle the things accordingly.

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