September, 22, 2023
Prices Altered for 15 Days Amid Global Oil Spike

Prices Altered for 15 Days Amid Global Oil Spike

Islamabad (APP) Due to the increase in the prices of petroleum products in the international market, the federal government has announced new prices for the next 15 days. According to the notification issued by the finance division last night, the price of petrol has been increased by 26.2 rupees and the price of high-speed diesel by 17.34 rupees per liter. According to the notification, the price of petrol has been increased from Rs 305.36 to Rs 331.38 per liter while that of high-speed diesel has been increased from Rs 11.84 to Rs 329.18.

Torkham Border Reopens After Successful Negotiations

Khyber (Representative Express) Pak-Afghan Torkham border crossing has been opened for all traffic after 10 days, after successful negotiations between the authorities of Pakistan and Afghanistan, it was decided to open the Torkham border crossing for traffic last day, Friday. In the morning of the morning, cargo vehicles parked on both sides, and people crossing the border left for their destinations. All traffic was closed. According to customs sources, 180 export vehicles were cleared from Torkham and entered Afghanistan, while 60 import vehicles entered Pakistan. 500 vehicles of import and export are cleared daily, but due to technical failure in the scanners installed in the import terminal in the afternoon. After more vehicles could not be cleared, the restoration work is going on. According to APP, due to the closure of the border, Afghans stuck in Pakistan have returned to their homeland, while Pakistanis stuck in Afghanistan have returned to their country.

Supreme Court Nullifies NAB Amendments, Reopens Cases

Islamabad (Net News, NNI) After the Supreme Court annulled the NAB amendments, the cases against the former President and 6 former Prime Ministers were reopened. After the court decision, the Shahkhana reference against Asif Zardari, Nawaz Sharif, and Yousuf Raza Gilani was restored. Former Prime Minister Shahid Khaqan Abbasi’s LNG reference was transferred from the accountability court, while the rental power reference against Raja Pervez Ashraf was returned, which has been restored. Cases will also be opened against former prime ministers Shahbaz Sharif, Shaukat Aziz, and former finance minister Ishaq Dar. According to NNI, after the NAB amendments were declared null and void, there was a possibility of shifting the NAB courts again in 90 cases in Karachi. NAB references include cases of Dr. Asim, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, Rauf Siddiqui, and Mustafa Kamal. References of former Chairman Steel Mills Moin Aftab Sheikh, former Director General Karachi Development RT Nasir Abbas, Jameel Ahmed Maind Rawa, and other accused are included.

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