KARACHI: Liquefied Petroleum Fuel (LPG) Distributor Motion Committee introduced to go on strike from Friday in Karachi in opposition to the pointless crackdown of police officers on LPG distributors, ARY Information reported on Wednesday.
Addressing a press convention in Karachi, Ishaq Khan, the LPG distributor motion committee member stated that police have launched an pointless crackdown in opposition to distributors from final 10 days.
“The strike of LPG provide will probably be for an indefinite interval in opposition to the pointless crackdown by the police,” added Ishaq Khan.
The Oil and Fuel Regulatory Authority (OGRA) Monday issued a price-revision notification of Liquefied Petroleum Fuel (LPG) for the month of July.
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In accordance with the notification issued by the OGRA, the authority has decreased the domestically produced LPG value by Rs 68.47 per cylinder of 11.eight kilogram.
After the revised costs, the cylinder could be bought in open market at Rs 1,330.92, which was out there for Rs1,399.39 throughout the month of June.