The Oil and Gas Regulatory (OGRA) on Monday proposed decreasing the price of petroleum products in the country from September 1, sources informed Geo News.
The OGRA has suggested the Petroleum Division reduces the price of petrol by Rs3.5, diesel Rs5, light diesel oil Rs2, and kerosene oil by Rs3, sources informed the media outlet.
However, the Ministry of Finance will take a final decision in this regard after consultations with Prime Minister Imran Khan.
In its recommendation, OGRA recommended jacking up the price of diesel and petrol by Rs5 per litre
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