Two people killed in a shooting on Friday (July 1st) in a dispute over loadshedding at a mosque in Pakistan. The incident took place in a tribal area in the north-west of the country.
It learned that at first the quarrel started but later when the firing started 2 people
killed and 11 others injured.
According to NDTV, a group of worshipers involved in a debate during Friday prayers
at a place called Ishaq Khel in Lucky Marwat.
In a short time, the controversy turned violent. A six-year-old child also injured in the incident.
Police and Security forces are trying best to find the culprits.
Pakistan is currently experiencing heat waves.
For this reason the government of Pakistan is practically
struggling to buy LNG for power generation due to increasing sudden demand.
On Monday, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif warned that the whole of Pakistan could face more load shedding in July.
According to Geo News, the Pakistani Prime Minister’s warning is now coming true.
Pakistan’s monthly fuel oil imports could reach a four-year high in June.
The country is currently experiencing heat waves and due to this increasing demand
there is not enough LNG or gas to generate the required electricity.
The government is struggling to buy gas due to lack of cash dollars.
Besides, the power crisis in Pakistan has escalating since the agreement on natural gas supply for July not agreed.
The July tender canceled mainly due to high prices and low participation.
Pakistan’s debt-ridden economy is in an unprecedented crisis. For this current economic crisis,
the government of Pakistan has raised petrol, diesel and kerosene prices on several occasions.
Besides, the Pakistani currency has depreciated one after another. Recently, breaking all past records,
in the open market, the Pakistani rupee is matching 1 US dollar for 212 rupees.🔱