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Government rejects talks, petroleum dealers strike continues

Secret talks with dealers are underway, the strike will end soon, officials Petroleum Division, no contact was made, Petroleum Dealers (Photo: File)

Secret talks with dealers are underway, the strike will end soon, officials Petroleum Division, no contact was made, Petroleum Dealers (Photo: File)

Islamabad / Karachi: The government has claimed that secret talks are underway with the Dealers Association over the petrol crisis. The strike will end soon.

According to Express News, the government is holding secret talks with some representatives of petroleum dealers regarding the strike of petroleum dealers in which the government has assured the petroleum dealers to resolve the issues soon.

Read this: Strike of petrol pump owners across the country, citizens face trouble

According to sources, the officials of the Petroleum Division said that they are waiting for the response of the dealers. They hope that the strike will end soon. They are in full touch with the officials of the Petroleum Dealers Association. Representatives have been contacted again some time ago and positive progress has been made in this regard.

Petroleum Dealers Announce Strike

On the other hand, the Petroleum Dealers Association has denied any contact and talks and has announced to continue the strike across the country and has said that no one has contacted us.

Secretary Information Petroleum Dealers Association said that no contact has been made by the government for talks so far, it would be a joke to rely more on verbal assurances of the government, closure of petrol pumps across the country will continue till increase in margins. Will

Also read: Under the guise of petrol pump strike, some groups want to increase Rs 9: Hamad Azhar

He said that the government had promised to send the summary on November 3, the association had given the government time till November 17, the government is falsely claiming to continue supplying oil at petrol pumps. All petrol pumps in the association are closed.

Dealers reject margin increase of only one rupee

In this regard, the Central Leader of the Petroleum Dealers Association Sameer Najmal told the media in Karachi that the Petroleum Division has recommended an increase of one rupee per liter in the margin but we reject it, given the high power tariff and the ratio Be increased

It may be mentioned that an increase of 75 paisa per liter in diesel margin has been proposed which will increase the dealer margin on petrol from Rs 3.90 to Rs 4.90 per liter.

Related to: There is no shortage of petroleum products across the country, spokesman Petroleum Division said

After deducting holding, dealer margin on petrol will increase to Rs 3.80 per liter, dealer margin on diesel will increase to Rs 3.20 per liter. Daily consumption in Karachi is 3.7 million liters of petrol and 3 million liters of diesel.


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Secret talks with dealers are underway, the strike will end soon, officials Petroleum Division, no contact was made, Petroleum Dealers (Photo: File)

Secret talks with dealers are underway, the strike will end soon, officials Petroleum Division, no contact was made, Petroleum Dealers (Photo: File)

Islamabad / Karachi: The government has claimed that secret talks are underway with the Dealers Association over the petrol crisis. The strike will end soon.

According to Express News, the government is holding secret talks with some representatives of petroleum dealers regarding the strike of petroleum dealers in which the government has assured the petroleum dealers to resolve the issues soon.

Read this: Strike of petrol pump owners across the country, citizens face trouble

According to sources, the officials of the Petroleum Division said that they are waiting for the response of the dealers. They hope that the strike will end soon. They are in full touch with the officials of the Petroleum Dealers Association. Representatives have been contacted again some time ago and positive progress has been made in this regard.

Petroleum Dealers Announce Strike

On the other hand, the Petroleum Dealers Association has denied any contact and talks and has announced to continue the strike across the country and has said that no one has contacted us.

Secretary Information Petroleum Dealers Association said that no contact has been made by the government for talks so far, it would be a joke to rely more on verbal assurances of the government, closure of petrol pumps across the country will continue till increase in margins. Will

Also read: Under the guise of petrol pump strike, some groups want to increase Rs 9: Hamad Azhar

He said that the government had promised to send the summary on November 3, the association had given the government time till November 17, the government is falsely claiming to continue supplying oil at petrol pumps. All petrol pumps in the association are closed.

Dealers reject margin increase of only one rupee

In this regard, the Central Leader of the Petroleum Dealers Association Sameer Najmal told the media in Karachi that the Petroleum Division has recommended an increase of one rupee per liter in the margin but we reject it, given the high power tariff and the ratio Be increased

It may be mentioned that an increase of 75 paisa per liter in diesel margin has been proposed which will increase the dealer margin on petrol from Rs 3.90 to Rs 4.90 per liter.

Related to: There is no shortage of petroleum products across the country, spokesman Petroleum Division said

After deducting holding, dealer margin on petrol will increase to Rs 3.80 per liter, dealer margin on diesel will increase to Rs 3.20 per liter. Daily consumption in Karachi is 3.7 million liters of petrol and 3 million liters of diesel.

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