LPG prices reduced


Express April 11, 2010

LAHORE:

Chairman LPG distributors association Irfan Khokhar has warned the government against the illegal actions of the gas mafia, as Liquefied petroleum gas prices have been reduced by Rs 7 per kilogram.


Khokhar demanded that the government intervene to resolve the issue, saying the industry is suffering at the hands of LPG producers. According to the revised prices, consumers in Lahore and Karachi will now have to pay Rs 68 per kilogram.


In Peshawar, LPG prices have been set to Rs 71, while in FATA and Gilgit seventy six rupees will be charged per kilogram.


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