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Petrol Price Slashed by Rs8 in Pakistan

Petrol Price Slashed by Rs8 in Pakistan.

Pakistan’s Caretaker Government Delivers Gas Pump Cheers! Petrol Prices Drop by Rs8!

Monday night brought good news for Pakistani drivers.

The caretaker government, led by Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar, slashed the price of petrol by Rs8 per litre!

This welcome decrease brings some much-needed relief to motorists’ wallets, especially during this sensitive interim period.

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Here’s the scoop:

  • The price cut takes effect at midnight tonight (Tuesday, January 16th).
  • High-speed diesel prices will remain unchanged for the next two weeks.
  • The finance ministry announced the decision in a statement, highlighting the government’s commitment to easing financial burdens on the public.

So, what does this mean for you? It’s time to hit the road with a lighter heart (and lighter wallet)! Fill up your tank, plan that weekend road trip, and enjoy some extra miles for your money.

Petrol Pumps Party! Prices Plunge While Diesel Holds Steady:

Buckle up, Pakistan! After a big Rs8 drop overnight, your petrol tank just got happier.

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New prices: Rs259.34 per litre for petrol, Rs276.21 for HSD. High-speed diesel remains unchanged, but kerosene lovers can celebrate a Rs2.19 cut!

This comes two weeks after a price freeze, and now the caretaker government is delivering some sweet relief at the pump. So, fill up that tank and hit the road – it’s a good time to cruise without busting your budget!

Don’t miss the highlights:

  • Petrol Pump Prance: Rs8 per litre price drop for petrol!
  • Diesel Stays on Course: HSD prices unchanged for the next two weeks.
  • Kerosene Cheer: Rs2.19 cut brings joy to kerosene users.

Remember, drive safe and enjoy the extra miles your rupee can now buy!

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