Today Govt CNG Price Likely Increased By Rs 22 per KiloThe cost has gone up by Rs22 per kilogram after the administration expanded the expense of the CNG provided to the service stations and forced Rs2.45 per kg deals charge on it.
CNG now costs Rs125 per kg in Karachi, Rs138 in Peshawar and Rs132 in Quetta. Oil, in actuality, costs Rs112.68 per liter.
Everything is as of now so costly, said a Karachi occupant. The transport charges are relied upon to increment as well.
Ghias Paracha, the administrator of All Pakistan CNG Association, said that the gas rate ought to be the equivalent for all parts, including that the expansion in costs represents an extraordinary risk to the business.
Karachi Transport Ittehad President Irshad Bukhari said that the affiliation rejects the cost increment. “There has never been such an expansion.” He said that he will hold a gathering with other affiliation and choose when they need to organize a challenge.
“The transports will quit running at this point. There is as of now a deficiency of open vehicle in Karachi,” he commented. The legislature should reclaim its notice, Bukhari included.