ISLAMABAD: A month after increasing the petroleum products’ price in rupees, Pakistan government has cut the price of patrol by 48 paisas per litre.
A notification issued by Oil & Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA), the price of patrol has been reduced to Rs112.78/litre while the price of diesel went down by 20 paisas (Rs.0.20) to Rs116.75, whereas the price of light diesel remained unchanged at Rs101.24/litre.
The authority has also cut the price of Kerosene oil by 13 paisas to Rs108 per litre. The new rates has now been implemented.
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