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Petrol dealers strike: When will the decision on approval of demands be taken, said Hamad Azhar

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Petrol dealers strike: When will the decision on approval of demands be taken, said Hamad Azhar

Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar has said that the profit margin of Petroleum Association is insufficient and we have to admit it.

Talking on SAMAA program Nadeem Malik Live, Federal Minister Hamad Azhar said that talks were underway with the Petroleum Association and in this regard I have also submitted a summary in ECC and a good decision would be taken in the next meeting. Hamad Azhar said that 50% of the petrol pumps in the country are of PSO which is open.

It is to be noted that Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Associations have announced to keep the pumps closed indefinitely from Thursday 25th November. All petrol pumps will remain open.

On the call of strike by petroleum dealers, OGRA took notice of the disruption in supply of petroleum products at the pumps and directed all oil marketing companies to ensure uninterrupted supply, while enforcement teams have also been formed for monitoring.

The Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) had declared an indefinite strike across the country from November 25 due to low profit margins and said that only ambulances should be provided petrol from 6 am on Thursday, November 25. As a result, a large number of people started arriving at the pumps on Wednesday evening to refuel their vehicles due to fear of shortage of petrol.

Petrol pump owners say that since Tuesday, a large number of people have been coming to the pumps to buy petrol, because petrol will not be available to the public from 6 am on Thursday.



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Federal Minister for Energy Hamad Azhar has said that the profit margin of Petroleum Association is insufficient and we have to admit it.

Talking on SAMAA program Nadeem Malik Live, Federal Minister Hamad Azhar said that talks were underway with the Petroleum Association and in this regard I have also submitted a summary in ECC and a good decision would be taken in the next meeting. Hamad Azhar said that 50% of the petrol pumps in the country are of PSO which is open.

It is to be noted that Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Associations have announced to keep the pumps closed indefinitely from Thursday 25th November. All petrol pumps will remain open.

On the call of strike by petroleum dealers, OGRA took notice of the disruption in supply of petroleum products at the pumps and directed all oil marketing companies to ensure uninterrupted supply, while enforcement teams have also been formed for monitoring.

The Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) had declared an indefinite strike across the country from November 25 due to low profit margins and said that only ambulances should be provided petrol from 6 am on Thursday, November 25. As a result, a large number of people started arriving at the pumps on Wednesday evening to refuel their vehicles due to fear of shortage of petrol.

Petrol pump owners say that since Tuesday, a large number of people have been coming to the pumps to buy petrol, because petrol will not be available to the public from 6 am on Thursday.


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