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Price hike of essential commodities compel poor for selling children: Sassui Palijo

By our staff reporter

BADIN: Peasant who contribution in the GDP for country were distinguished but unfortunately this segment has been seemed under coercion by the PTI led Federal Government saying Sindh province was being deprived of its due rights.

These words were expressed by Senator Sassui Palijo while addressing the protests against the inflation and currently rising price hike of essential commodities on Friday organized by Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) district Badin chapter.

She said that PTI led Federal Government despite its previous untrue claims and promises done with people of Pakistan, has drown the country in the loan lyrics adding the they either have no vision nor clear direction of leading the country successful.

Senator Sassui Palijo said that Sindh was being deprived of its due share of the water and inflation and rising price hike of essential commodities has compelled to common people for selling their siblings and she said that increase of petroleum prices including the oil, petrol and gas rates in the short span of month was a big question for progress of PTI led federal Government.

Senator Sassui Palijo said that the government was incompetent as it had done nothing except telling lies to the people of Pakistan saying that ‘selected’ rulers could not control price hike and unemployment and they would have to go.

It should mention that the Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) held countrywide protests against the rising price hike of essential commodities on the directives of PPP Chairman, Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. The party workers raised slogans against the price hike and unemployment and demanded Prime Minister Imran Khan’s resignation for failing to protect the poor.

On the occasion Haji Ramzan Chandio, President, PPP Badin, MPA Haji Taj Mohammad Mallah, Pir Noor Ullah Qureshi, Special Assistant, CM Sindh, Haji Sain Bux Jamali, General Secretary, PPP Badin, Abdul Ghafor Nizamani, Amir Hassan Khoso, Sajida Talpur, Zahida Khaskheli and other a large number of PPP workers and supporters participated in the protest.

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