The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has prescribed up to Rs8.99 climb in petrol price in Pakistan for the long stretch of June.
The controller, in its rundown sent to Petroleum Division, suggested Rs8.53 per liter increment in petrol price in Pakistan, as indicated by sources.
Correspondingly, OGRA prescribes a climb of Rs8.99 per liter at the cost of high speed diesel. The sources said the OGRA prescribed Rs1.69 and Rs1.68 increment in costs of kerosene and light diesel respectively.
It is relevant to specify here that the administration had climbed the oil costs by as much as Rs9.42 before the beginning of Ramzan.
A last endorsement relating to the hike in petrol price in Pakistan rests with the national government.