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Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan has announced that his government has reduced prices of petrol and diesel as a gift from New Year. Petrol price was reduced by Rs 4.86 per liter to Rs 90.97 per liter. At the same time, the price of diesel was reduced by Rs 4.26 per liter to Rs 196.68 per liter.In addition, Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday said that the new year will be the beginning of "golden period" for the country. With this, Imran resolved to launch "jihad" against poverty, illiteracy, injustice and corruption in 2019. Imran Khan shared his resolve of New Year giving a new year greetings to people through the social networking site Twitter.

He wrote, "Our new year's resolution is to wage jihad against four diseases of the country: poverty, illiteracy, injustice and corruption." Khan wrote, "Insha Allah 2019 will be the beginning of Golden Age for Pakistan." Imran The government was formed in August and he said that he would make that new Pakistan. But till now he has not been able to provide any relief to the people. For the people with low income, the promise of government to start the construction of 50 lakh houses in the first 100 days is also not being fulfilled. President Arif Alvi also wished that the new year will bring prosperity and success to the country and the countrymen. Army spokesman Maj Gen Asif Gafoor said in a message that 2019 will be a year of progress.

Meanwhile, on the occasion of New Year, India and Pakistan shared a list of nuclear installations under the bilateral agreement. It has been said in the Foreign Ministry's statement that under the provisions of the bilateral agreement, India and Pakistan shared a list of their nuclear establishments. The ministry said in a statement that this list was shared in accordance with the agreement on banning the attack on nuclear installations between Pakistan and India.The agreement between the two countries was signed on December 31, 1988 and it was signed on January 27, 1991. Came into effect. Under this, the two countries share the list of their nuclear installations with each other.

With this, both countries shared the list of prisoners lodged in each other's jails. This step was taken under the diplomatic access agreement between India and Pakistan on May 21, 2008. Under the agreement, the two countries have to share the list of prisoners present in custody two times each year - one January and one on July. Both countries have repeatedly followed the tradition of sharing the list of prisoners despite the tension. According to the statement of Ministry of Foreign Affairs, India has shared the list of 347 Pakistani prisoners with Pakistan under the provisions of the bilateral agreement. The Ministry said that these prisoners include 98 fishermen and 249 other prisoners. At the same time, Pakistan shared the list of 537 Indian prisoners lodged in jails with India on Tuesday. These prisoners, the Foreign Ministry said that the government has asked civil prisoners, missing Indian defense personnel, fishermen and boats to leave soon. "In this context, those 17 Indian nationals have been asked to accelerate the release of prisoners and 369 fishermen whose citizenship has been confirmed." The Ministry said that it has been asked to facilitate diplomatic access to these prisoners. Apart from this Pakistan has been asked to respond rapidly to 80 prisoners who have completed their sentence.