The Defense Minister did not believe on the price reduction claim
ISLAMABAD: … In the beginning of this month, Pakistan’s office statistics gave a presentation to the Federal Cabinet, which was said that the poor community of society was not affected by a catastrophe. Due to this news for the cabinet, it was satisfactory but some ministers could not “digest”. Defense Minister Parvez Khattak remained the most prominent in the respondents. Those who did not believe in claim reduction in prices. He expressed reservations when figures were authentic. He criticized the increase in gas and electricity bills, due to which the masses were forced to protest. While a committee has already been set up to review unusual increase in utility bills.
When office statistics officials were asked about their data, it was said that the cabinet is given briefing on prices each month. Last month, the briefing on this February last was from it. Although the prices of vegetables were declined, however, meat, utility bills, health (cure therapy), housing, transport costs increased from January 2018. Just 50 to 60 percent of the rented gas, 85.31 percent in gas, 8.8 percent of electricity, 14.26 percent of cow meat, 12.40 percent in goat meat, tea 17.26 percent, cement 14.06 percent, LPG 14.68 percent and blood Test price increased by 11.49 percent.