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Monday, June 21, 2010

Zardari Govt. is going to impose 16% VAT (value added Tax-Australian formula) on ppl from July 2010 & 700 to 800 billion Rs is expected to collect ,but economic experts say removal corruption from FBR can save 300-500 billion Rs per year.(21 march jang news)

PPP Govt increased petrol price 5 Rs/litre in MAY due to imf pressure ,rite now govt is considering to reduce the petrol price 5-6 Rs for june 2010 .but question is , who is responsible for increase (mangayi-rising prices) in MAY 2010 due to 5 Rs increase in petrol price ,to reduce petrol price in june wil never bring back old prices, even if we reduce petrol price up to 20 Rs per litre. (great game of hidden powers to unstabe pakistan economi)

Oil price increased by Zardari govt on 1st MAY AS no fluctuation in international market its only due to IMF Pressure.As govt promised to IMF to increase electricity charges to reduce budget deficit in MAY , but govt done this through petrol increase.(Hasb haal 2 MAY)

75% schools in sindh are closed.In one case 500 schools are captured in kharpur by only one Wadara (jageerdar).

106 fake degree Holders are sitting in parliment . (meray mutabik 1 MAY 2010 )

PM Yousaf raza Gallani 55 krore Rs loan was writeoff..he settled this issue by paying just 4.5 krore Rs. Where we ppl go

Labour day :: 1860 labour compaign started by 60k labours for increase in salaries in washington.11 ppl were killed by capitilist firing.SO 1 MAY is celebarated for these labours. And we have hundreds die each day and nothing takes place.


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