Lahore: The government’s strong commitment to battling corruption in the power sector has been explained by acting Federal Energy Minister Muhammad Ali. He emphasized the noteworthy advancements made in the last few weeks. It includes discovering power theft and the ensuing Rs 6 billion in action.
Alongside Caretaker Federal Minister for Commerce, Industries, and Production Gohar Ejaz, Minister Mohammad Ali discussed critical economic issues at meetings held at the Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI) and the All Pakistan Textile Mills Associations (APTMA).
The price of petrol was one important subject covered. The minister hinted that future price adjustments would be made public shortly. He emphasized the significance of making small changes under the IMF program.
Regional variations in petrol costs were acknowledged by Minister Ali, with the North paying more than the South. He highlighted continuing initiatives to stop power theft and suggested that gas tariffs would rise in two weeks.