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IMF asked the government for a plan to meet the petroleum levy shortfall

New York (News Desk) The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has asked the government for a plan to meet the shortfall of 300 billion rupees on petroleum levy.

According to the sources of the Ministry of Finance, there is a fear of shortfall of petroleum levy of 300 billion rupees during the current financial year.

According to the sources, the IMF has asked for a plan to meet the shortfall of 300 billion in the levy. According to the sources, an agreement was reached with the IMF to get 850 billion rupees in the levy

According to the sources of the Ministry of Finance, there is a fear that the target of petroleum development levy of 850 billion rupees will not be achieved. Short fall may occur.

According to the sources, there may be a shortfall in the levy due to the reduction in the consumption of petroleum products, which is being planned to be collected from various sources.

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