The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Tuesday proposed increasing the price of petroleum products in Pakistan from July 1, Geo News reported, citing sources.
OGRA, in its summary to the Petroleum Division, has suggested increasing the price of petrol by Rs6 and Diesel by Rs3, sources informed the publication.
The Petroleum Division will make a final decision after consultations with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
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