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Pakistan: This bank gave a unique order to its employees, said ‘Work from home, do not use AC-cars’

Pakistan is facing financial crisis, a few days ago a minister appealed to the people of the country to drink less tea.

The economic crisis in Pakistan has become so severe that common citizens are now being appealed to save petrol and drink less tea. Meanwhile, Pakistan’s central bank has issued a new order for its employees. The Central Bank of Pakistan has advised its employees to work from home. So that you can save petrol. The bank has asked employees to attend virtual meetings and work from home 2 days a week. The bank said that the government is short of money to buy petrol and diesel. Thus saving has become necessary.

Let us tell you that the State Bank of Pakistan said that employees should give priority to car pooling to come to the office. Also reduce the use of AC. Apart from this, the purchase of furniture from the bank has been banned. Not only this, the travel of employees has also been banned to save money. The bank said, ‘We have taken this decision so that the work is not affected and money can be saved.

“We appeal to the banking industry and other stakeholders to save as much fuel as possible,” the central bank said. Earlier, the Pakistani government had ordered early closure of markets in several cities including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad and Rawalpindi. Apart from this, shopping malls and factories have also been ordered to close early in the evening. Let us tell you, in the last one month, the Shahbaz Sharif government has increased the prices of petrol and diesel by up to 83 percent.

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