We will not enslave anyone, Imran Khan.

Addressing a public meeting in Charsadda, Imran Khan said that Khyber Pakhtunkhwa made the greatest sacrifice in the war against terrorism. .

Imran Khan said that we will not sacrifice our country’s foreign policy for any country. Inshallah, the time will come when my Pakistanis will walk proudly in the world.

Addressing the public, Imran Khan said that unless a person can control his fear, he will not become a great person. could become

Attacking the current government, Chairman PTI said that I have come to tell you that the government that came through conspiracy had two objectives. Second, there will be rulers who roam the world like beggars.

Imran Khan said that I will give you a call, that time is not far away, that call will be for one purpose only, to get the country out of the swamp, transparent elections should be held to get the country out of the swamp.

He said that Shahbaz Sharif’s elder brother used to sit in fear in front of the American president like a child sits in front of the headmaster. These people have shamed the nation in front of the world.

Imran Khan further said that my message to the imported government is that you cannot win this match now, whatever you do, you have already lost this match.

At the end of the rally, Imran Khan said that the nation is saying that let the peaceful revolution come through voting, but I am afraid that if the path of peaceful revolution is blocked, that revolution will come and everyone’s game will be over.


Flour became more expensive in the country.

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Due to the recent rains and floods in the country, problems started to increase, when the price of wheat increased in the open market, the mill owners also increased the prices of flour.

The price of flour in the country has reached 130 rupees per kg. Flour in Karachi is the most expensive in the country. The price of one kg is 125 to 130 rupees.

In Lahore, flour is available for Rs 110 to Rs 116 per kg. In Islamabad milled flour started selling for Rs 125.

In Quetta, the price of flour has increased to Rs.120 per kg. In Gujranwala, milled flour is being sold at Rs.130 per kg.

The mill owners say that due to shortage in the grain markets, the price of wheat has increased from Rs 2,850 to Rs 3,800 per maund.

The price of twenty kilos of flour has also increased in the open market. The price of a bag of twenty kilos of flour provided by the government in Lahore is nine hundred and eighty rupees, which is not available in many places in the market.