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No Change In Petrol Price as PM Rejects OGRA’s Summary

There will be no change in the petroleum product prices for the first fifteen days of March as PM Imran Khan has rejected the summary sent by OGRA.

PM’s Special Assistant on Political Communication Dr. Shahbaz Gill in a tweet on Sunday shared the latest development.

Sharing the copy of the summary sent to the ministry, Dr. Gill said that the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority had recommended an increase of Rs6-7 per liter in petrol price but PM Imran Khan turned it down.

“The government has made no increase in the prices of petroleum products,” he added.

 

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The prices for petroleum products in Pakistan are revised every 15 days.

The current prices are as following:

Petrol: Rs111.90 per litre

High-speed diesel: Rs116.07 per litre

Kerosene oil: Rs80.19 per litre

Light diesel: Rs79.23 per litre

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