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OGRA increases LPG price by Rs60 per kg

After a rise in gasoline prices of Rs35, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) increased the price of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) by Rs60 per kilogram.

According to a statement from the OGRA, the cost of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) has increased by Rs60 per kilogram to Rs264 per kg.

Following the most recent price adjustment, the cost of a home LPG cylinder has increased by Rs703 and the cost of a commercial cylinder by Rs2,706. Commercial cylinders will now cost Rs 11,984 and domestic cylinders Rs 3,115, respectively.

LPG Industries Association of Pakistan Chairman Irfan Khokhar blasted the regulatory body and referred to it as a “mafia” in a statement. Because of the historically high price hike, liquefied petroleum gas was no longer affordable to customers, he claimed.

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It is important to note that the federal government declared on January 29 that the price of gasoline and diesel would increase by Rs35 per litre.

Ishaq Dar claimed during a televised speech that the cost of petroleum goods had increased by 11% on the global market. Dar also disclosed an increase of Rs. 18 per litre in the price of light fuel and kerosene.



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