KARACHI-UNS – Major political parties on Sunday has rejected the hike in petroleum products’ prices.
Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) and PTI has demanded the caretaker government to withdraw its decision.
In a statement, former opposition leader in National Assembly Khurshid Shah urged to provide maximum relief to the nation.
Earlier, the caretaker government had hiked fuel prices for the second time in a month ahead of general elections 2018.
The petroleum price has reached Rs99.50 per liter after an increase of Rs7.54 per liter while the cost of high-speed diesel has recorded as Rs119.31 after a hike of Rs14.
Light diesel will be sold at Rs80.89 after Rs5.92 increase while kerosene price has become Rs87.70 after Rs3.36 hike.