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Petrol Prices may Fall Rs 6 Per Litre by Jan 16

Petrol Prices may Fall Rs 6 Per Litre by Jan 16.

Fuel Price Forecast: Pakistanis Eye Possible Pump Price Dip!

Good news might be on the horizon for Pakistani drivers! As global crude prices fluctuate, a slight decrease in petrol and diesel prices is expected in the second half of January.

Citizens Hold Their Breath: After enduring tough economic times, Pakistanis are eager for relief at the pump starting January 16th.

Reports suggest a Rs 5-6 per litre drop in petrol price, offering a welcome break from rising fuel costs.

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Global Factors at Play: Recent dips in global oil prices, along with potential Middle East conflict impacts, contribute to the anticipated price adjustment. This could translate into financial relief for Pakistanis battling inflation.

Awaiting a Decision: Burdened by high fuel costs, people wait anxiously for the government’s move. A substantial cut in prices is their ardent hope.

December 2023 saw stable petrol and diesel rates, but optimism hangs in the air for January.

Government’s Turn to Decide: Interim Prime Minister Anwaar Kakar will lead a meeting to determine the fate of fuel prices.

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The decision holds the potential to ease economic pressure and offer citizens a much-needed reprieve.

Current Prices and Future Prospects: With petrol at Rs 267.34 and diesel at Rs 276.21 as of January 13th, the upcoming announcement could bring some much-needed cheer to Pakistani streets.

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