Prices for Petrol and other petroleum products will remain unchanged for the remaining days of May.
Petrol will continue to be sold Rs108.56 per litre, diesel Rs110.76 per litre, kerosene oil Rs80, and light diesel oil Rs77.65 per litre.
State Minister for Information and Broadcasting Farrukh Habib made the announcement on Monday saying “The petroleum products price will remain the same till May 31.”
Prime Minister Imran Khan had decided not to burden the people despite increasing rates in the international market, he added.
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The minister said that the national exchequer would suffer a loss of Rs2.77 billion if the rates of petroleum products are not increased.
“The government has not only adjusted petroleum levy but also reduced the sales tax on light diesel and kerosene oil.”