In Bangladesh, the government immediately raised the prices of petroleum products by more than 50%.
According to the foreign news agency, the Bangladesh Ministry of Energy has increased the prices of petroleum products by 51.7%, the new prices have been applied from today.
According to the notification issued by the Bangladesh Ministry of Energy, the price of gasoline per liter has increased by 51.2% to 130 taka (307 Pakistani rupees).
The price of high octane per liter increased by 51.7% to 135 taka (318 Pakistani rupees).
According to the notification, the cost of diesel and kerosene increased by 42.5%, after which the new price was 114 taka (269 Pakistani rupees 36 countries) per litre.
The reason for the increase in the prices of petroleum products by the government in Bangladesh is the global inflation.
According to the news agency, the inflation rate in Bangladesh has exceeded 7 percent, which the government is reducing the burden of subsidies to control.
According to the report, Bangladesh’s import bill is increasing due to rising fuel and food prices due to the war between Russia and Ukraine.