LAHORE - Accusing the government of minting billions of rupees through the sale of POL products 28 per cent higher than the world market, Secretary General Jamaat-e-Islami Liaquat Baloch has warned that any fresh increase in POL prices would be anti-people step. The government had already raised the POL prices to the level of 148 per barrel and the prices had not been lowered despite steep fall in the world market and there was no justification for a fresh price raise, he said in a press statement issued here Tuesday. Liaquat Baloch said the masses were witnessing unprecedented price-hike and loadshedding, lawlessness and insecurity under the present government, which had failed to provide them any relief despite its tall promises. He said the State Bank quarterly report had suggested rise in unemployment, revenue shortfall and higher defense sending and deficit financing. He said one could not even think of industrial progress in the presence of 20-hours long daily loadshedding. Seminar at LCWU The way of dealing with a problem in life and the approach towards it matters the most. This was stated by anchor person Mubashir Luqman while addressing a one-day seminar held at LCWU on Transforming National Youth Policy into Action organised by the Department of Social Work, LCWU in collaboration with BARGAD, Youth Development Organisation. He stressed on the need of sticking towards ambition and goals as these lead to the delivery of quality work. Speaking on the occasion, Sabeeha Shaheen Executive Director BARGAD said the power to face criticism and to analyze the situations helped us facing difficulties. PSB-I to meet today The Provincial Selection Board-I will meet here on Wednesday. The meeting will be chaired by the Chief Secretary Punjab Nasir Mehmood Khan Khosa, and attended by the administrative secretaries of various departments. About 200 cases from BS-19 to BS-20 of various departments would be considered for promotion. meeting Pakistan Muslim League (N) NWFP leader Pir Sabir Shah called on Punjab Chief Minister, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif at Chief Ministers Secretariat, here on Tuesday. Political situation of the country and party matters came under discussion during the meeting, said an official handout.