Sri Lanka CNG stations, Petrol Pumps to deploy troops
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The economic crisis in Sri Lanka has reached its worst, with petrol

prices being hiked by Rs 50 and diesel by up to Rs 75. Sri Lanka is

going through the worst economic crisis since independence in

1948, while Sri Lanka is in the grip of a debt trap. The situation is so

dire that the Sri Lankan government has deployed troops at petrol

pumps and gas stations. According to a foreign news agency, the

price of sugar in Sri Lanka has reached Rs 290 per kg while rice is

being sold at Rs 500 per kg. Not here. A 400 gram packet of

powdered milk is available at Rs. 790 per kg, while the price of petrol

has gone up by Rs. 50 and the price of diesel by Rs. 75.

= Sri Lanka has only 15 days left to import essentials

Transportation equipment, including food, sugar, pulses, paper and

medicine, is imported, while Sri Lanka has only 15 days left to

import these essentials. The situation has reached to the point that

Sri Lanka does not even have the paper and ink left to give the exam

papers, while in the case of petrol, diesel and gas, the situation has

become more serious. Diesel is being sold at Rs 176 per liter after an

increase of Rs 75 per liter. Food inflation has reached 25.7 per cent.

= Food inflation in Sri Lanka has reached 25.7 per cent

It has been decided to deploy the army. In Sri Lanka, 20% of

households still depend on kerosene for cooking, which is only

available at petrol pumps, but people no longer have kerosene. In

addition, a 12.5-kg domestic cylinder is being sold at Rs 4,119 after

an increase of Rs 1,359, while food inflation in Sri Lanka has reached

25.7 per cent.

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