Former finance minister Shaukat Tarin has strongly criticized the federal government for increasing the petrol prices, saying that the PML-N-led regime is earning Rs50 on petrol and Rs80 on diesel.

Tarin has said that the federal government is still crying after increasing the prices of petroleum products by Rs60.

“We had given a subsidy of Rs 20 on petrol and Rs 24 on diesel,” the former minister said, adding that the incumbent government did not make important decisions on time.

“This government is confused and does not have the power to make important decisions,” he added.

Tarin also said that the PML-N-led government cannot handle the economy. 

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