OGRA recommends Rs11.95 increase in petrol price

OGRA recommends Rs11.95 increase in petrol price

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Islamabad: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) proposes to increase the price of petroleum products to 11.95 rupees per litre from January 15.

In summary, OGRA proposes to increase gasoline prices by 11.95 rupees per litre and high-speed diesel prices by 9.57 rupees per litre.

The abstract has been sent to the federal government. The new price will be announced after Prime Minister Imran Khan (Imran Khan) approves it. The new price will be fixed for 15 days.

Two weeks ago, the government raised the prices of petroleum products by nearly 2.31 rupees to share the impact of rising international prices with consumers.

Iranian Prime Minister Imran Khan refused to accept the summary of the request from the Oil and Gas Administration (OGRA) to increase the price of gasoline to 10.68 rupees per liter and raise the price of gasoline to 106 rupees per liter.

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