PM Rejects OGRA Recommendation for a Hike in Petrol Prices

Prime Minister Imran Khan has rejected the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority’s (OGRA) recommendation of a hike in petroleum prices today.

The government has decided that the prices of petroleum products will remain same for the first fortnight of the next month.

According to the Ministry of Finance, the price of petrol would remain unchanged at Rs. 111.90 per liter while high-speed diesel will remain Rs. 116.07 per liter. The Ministry also informed that the price of kerosene and light diesel would also remain unchanged.

Earlier, Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Political Communication Shahbaz Gill, in a tweet revealed that Prime Minister Imran Khan has turned down a proposal by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority for an increase in fuel prices.

 


  • What the F is OGRA smoking?
    Why they keep asking for increment in cost? instead of decreasing it, they’re already getting huge amount of extra money from oil price.

    • Brother, it might be needed to spend on other not for profit project like like educational programs or ehsaas program or to spend on police employee’s pay so that don’t police “gardi ” even more.

      • are you living in usa or pakistan ? you must be kidding me or you are in gov. becuse where is education program where is new pakistan ? where is heavon ? where are 10 million jobs ? eventually they want more money in order for next election compaign.

  • The question is what is the reasons when P. M can or cannot increase or decrease price. P. M decision is on what basis. Yes or no.


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