Pakistanis are turning to crisis-related humour on social media in response to a significant price rise of Rs35 on gasoline.
The coalition government launched the fuel bomb on Sunday, and with the most recent revision, the price of gasoline has increased to Rs249.80 per litre and the price of high-speed diesel has increased to Rs262.8 while the nation of over 220 million reels from spiralling inflation.
The majority of people are trying to plan strategies to deal with the extraordinary inflation without seeing much or any growth in their earnings.
Social media users came together on Twitter to share their suffering following the recent news of a significant increase in the price of gasoline goods. Memes are a common way that social media platforms, particularly Twitter, deal with unpleasant situations.
Pakistan be like: pic.twitter.com/nWmbdZmJkd
— Mariam Ayub (@i_m_mariam) January 29, 2023
Pakistani's Rn: #Petrol #PetrolDieselPrice #Petrolprice #PetrolShortage pic.twitter.com/HvBqhU0URr
— Hashmi (@MemeStanHere) January 29, 2023
Me who don't know how to ride a bike watching petrol prices hike. pic.twitter.com/Urvbr2GA6m
— HarisSajid13 (@HarisSajidh) January 29, 2023
After petrol price hitting Rs.250, nation prepare to take a hike daily to work and back home. Salaries must include 50-100 liter petrol allowance as part of package or allow work from home for 2 or 3 days weekly
— Zia Khatri (@ZiaKhatri) January 29, 2023
Dar announces 35-rupee hike in petrol price.
— Shahid Fareed (@Real__MSF) January 29, 2023
o bhaii every single company that can get things done remotely should tell everyone to work from home 250/l is MENTAL
— Faizan. (@thoraoffbeat) January 29, 2023