The PTI-led federal government of Pakistan has reduced the price of petrol by Rs7.06 per litre for the month of June.
According to the statement issued by the Ministry of Finance on Sunday, the new price of petrol for the month of June will be fixed at Rs74.52.
As per the details, the price of the kerosene has been reduced by Rs11.88 per litre and will be fixed at Rs35.56 per litre. On the other hand, the price of high-speed diesel has been increased by five paisas per litre, fixing the new price at Rs80.15 per litre.
Additionally, the price of the light diesel oil is set at Rs38.14 per litre which was previously set at Rs47.51 per litre.
Imran Khan—the Prime Minister of Pakistan, in his Tweet, said: “We have further reduced petrol, light diesel oil, kerosene oil prices. Now we have the cheapest fuel cost compared to other states in South Asia. India is almost exactly double. Bangladesh, Sri Lanka & Nepal are all 50 to 75 percent more expensive than us.”