Petroleum Prices in Pakistan raised once again

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Petroleum Prices in Pakistan raised once again

ISLAMABAD: Federal Government has once again raised the petroleum prices in the country.

Two weeks after the rate increase, the government on Monday once again increased fuel prices.

The price of petrol has been increased from Rs71.29 to Rs73, whereas high speed diesel will now cost Rs82 after an increase of Rs1.52 per litre.

The rates for kerosene oil and light diesel oil were also increased from Rs43.25 to Rs44, and light diesel oil from Rs43.34 to Rs44 respectively.

Announcing the new tariff, Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said the government will have to bear a burden of Rs3 billion to maintain the new prices.