Commodity prices are stable in the country, life is normal: Information Minister

Commodity prices are stable in the country, life is normal: Information Minister

Information and Broadcasting Minister and Joint General Secretary of the Awami League. Hasan Mahmud said that despite all the adversities, the government has been able to keep commodity prices stable in the country and life is normal.

He was speaking as the chief guest at an Iftar party organized by Rangunia Samiti at Bagicha Restaurant in the capital’s Segunbagicha on Sunday evening.
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Hasan Mahmud said that the instability created in the whole world due to the Russia-Ukraine war, we did not allow it to happen in Bangladesh under the leadership of Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, daughter of Bangabandhu. So those who criticize this unnecessarily do not look at the world situation.

The information minister said that due to the war between Russia and Ukraine, the whole world has become unstable and there is instability in commodity prices everywhere. In the UK, essential commodity prices rose 23 per cent.

He said edible oil prices have risen by 70 per cent across Europe. Energy prices (including household fuel prices) have risen by 50 percent. In the United States, gas and oil prices have risen by 40 percent. As a result, food prices have risen worldwide.

Dr. Hassan Mahmood said that due to lack of supply, food items are not available in the shopping malls of Europe and the cost of transportation has also increased. Due to the Russia-Ukraine war in our country, but the cost of transportation has not increased, the price of electricity has not increased.

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