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Opposition protests in National Assembly over increase in prices of petroleum products, adjourns meeting indefinitely

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Opposition members carried banners, chanted slogans, surrounded the speaker dice and announced a boycott. Islamabad (himsnewrsNews Latest – International Press Agency. The boycott was announced after a strong protest against the increase in prices, after which the meeting was adjourned indefinitely. During the meeting, PML-N leader Khawaja Asif said that the government has not been receiving answers to the questions for several weeks. He demanded the Deputy Speaker to take notice of the non-receipt of answers to the questions.
Opposing the Speaker, he said that petrol bomb has been dropped on the people, may God have mercy on the people. Later, the opposition parties in the National Assembly session protested against the increase in prices of petroleum products. During the protest, members of the opposition held banners in their hands and chanted slogans while standing on their seats. Postponed for
Opposition members staged a sit-in protest outside Parliament House in Dera Jamalia and on the rise in prices of petroleum products. Earlier, while submitting a written reply to a question regarding the poor performance of the Pakistani squad in the Tokyo Olympics, Minister for Inter-Provincial Coordination Fehmida Mirza said that the accountability of the Pakistan Olympic Association has started. That the government has asked the President of the Olympic Association to resign, we do not want undue interference in this matter.
He said that the Pakistani squad for the Tokyo Olympics included 10 athletes and 11 officials, while the Sports Board paid for the travel, accommodation, uniforms and kits of 10 athletes and 3 officials. Fehmida Mirza said that the ministry was not informed about the performance of the athletes, the selection of athletes was done by the National Sports Federation and the Olympic Association while the government only acted as a facilitator.
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