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cng was was available at two of the stations in sialkot yesterday.i got it filled with much ease.
CNg price hike expected... and the hike will be not less than 10r.s per kg i mean what the heck?? who wants to use cng at 96r.s/kg???? (SOURCE: my friend owing a CNG station here in swabi)
Waiting for the Dawn......
Sell your CNG kits before its too late. Warna KG kay hisaab say bikay gi.
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Shame on this pathetic,bunch of thieves Government.NO CNG is available ,no petrol availability ,there are huge queues at petrol station,it seems like they are giving it for free.When your number comes ,the petrol gets finished.What the hell is going on.IS it freaking democracy?Its rather democrazy.A thief is ruling us.Its our bad luck that a thief like Zardari is ruling us from the past 4.5 years and we innocent people are just like nothing in front of him.
petrol is gonna get closed by tomorrow
no cng no petrol
back to stone age lol
Company operated pumps will continue to sell petrol.
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well i heard pso pumps are also closing from tomorrow
btw u live in khi,no tension of even cng for you
i still have cng in my car n full petrol tank lol
LAHORE: The strike called by All-Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) has entered its fourth day on Saturday, inflaming the woes of the general public as life came to a standstill due to no mobility, Geo News reported.
The APCNGA on Friday involved owners of petrol pumps and requested them to close down their filling stations, as the government is not taking any notice of their strike and not ready to solve the issue.
The worst situation was witnessed in Lahore where CNG closure has entered the sixth day while petrol is now scarce as the filling stations were closed today.
In Peshawar, CNG stations remained closed for third day today while commuters were facing severe problems. However, some stations remained functional at Civil Quarters, Ring Road and Kohat Road where long queues were witnessed.
The situation was not much different in Quetta where partial strike was observed while long queues of customers were witnessed at stations that were selling CNG.
APCNGA Central Chairman Ghayas Abdullah Paracha said that their strike would continue till the fulfillment of their demands and if the government does not take any notice they would close down all petrol pumps.
He said that they were in contact with the Petroleum Dealers Association and its office-bearers were ready to close down their filling stations against the imposition of the CESS tax.
CNG Dealers Association Senior Vice Chairman Afzal Mehar said that the All-Pakistan CNG Association has their full support, as they are not only fighting for their rights but also for the rights of the general public.
He said if the government would pass the CESS tax then it would be an extra burden on the general public. People were already facing hard time because of high inflation rate and now with increase in the price of CNG it would become very difficult for them to drive their vehicles on CNG.
Afzal Mehar said that the government should take serious notice and cancel this bill as soon as possible to give some relief to the general public.
Source: The News
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one should get petrol in cans now n then sell it in black when all stations close down
sarkari pump open behind saudi pak isb with few km's line of cars waiting for turn
Life is short and very unpredictable just like a Quarter mile .....
Any other CNG pumps in Rawalpindi/Islamabad open today?
"The more we sweat in peace, the less we bleed in war"
No fuel, so people are enjoying sitting at home instead of doing something. Beauty of our nation.
Democracy is the best revenge