Under the extreme conditions encompassing the COVID-19 pandemic, the Government of Pakistan has affirmed a financial and upgrade alleviation bundle of PKR 200 billion.
In the course of the most recent year, the costs of oil-based commodities rose exponentially which brought about the inflationary weight on the general population. Toward the finish of the most recent month, the administration scaled-down oil costs by PKR 5/liter. This discounted the cost of oil from PKR 116.60 per liter to PKR 111.60 per liter and marked down the cost of diesel from PKR 127.26 per liter to 122.26 PKR per liter. Around then, individuals were expecting a bigger drop in the costs and a drop of PKR 5 for each liter was esteemed to low.
The new price of petrol is Rs 96.60 per liter after decreasing from Rs 111.60 per liter.
The price of High-Speed Diesel has also been reduced to Rs 107.26 per liter from Rs 122.26 per liter.
The price of Kerosene Oil has been reduced to Rs 77.45 per liter from Rs92.45 per liter.
The price of Light-Speed Diesel has been slashed to Rs 69.51 per liter from Rs84.51 per liter.
- Petrol: PKR 96.60 per liter
- High-Speed Diesel: PKR 107.26 per liter
- Light-Speed Diesel: PKR 69.51 per liter
- Kerosene Oil: PKR 77.45 per liter