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Rising prices of petroleum products challenged in court

Rising prices of petroleum products by the government have been challenged in the Lahore High Court on Thursday, June 16. OGRA and others including the central government host been made gatherings in the request.

The request documented in the High Court will be recorded by the Judicial Activism Panel.

Rising prices of petroleum products challenged in court

The request states that the government increased petroleum prices without the endorsement of the bureau. Government action is illegal. Interestingly to the court, the applicant said that the court should annul the price increase of petroleum products.

It should be noticed that for the third time in 21 days, the prices of petroleum products have been increased by the government. As per the new cost, diesel has been increased by Rs 59 and petroleum by Rs 24 for each liter.

Rising prices of petroleum products challenged in court

Prior, the national government had increased the cost of petroleum and diesel by Rs 30, 30 for each liter on May 27 and Rs 30, 30 for every liter on June 3.

It is appropriate to specify here that previous Finance Minister Shaukat Tareen had said after the increase in petroleum and diesel prices by the government of Pakistan that it would affect transport, agriculture and business and 30% in generally speaking expansion. Will increase

Economists are worried that the rise in prices is due to the worldwide shortage of diesel and that decreasing these prices in the short term will be difficult.

Today British citizens pay in excess of 100 pounds to fill their vehicle. Truck drivers in the United States pay Dollar 1.5 per liter, the highest cost at any point kept in the country.

In some states the cost increase is so high that truck drivers need to pay out of pocket for stacking and many individuals are choosing their journey wisely.

Fortune Magazine detailed in mid-May that some small trucking companies were struggling to pay wages and were considering reducing or in any event, shutting down work due to high costs.

The Wall Street Journal reports that rising costs are influencing small truck companies, which account for an enormous share of the U.S. truck market.

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