In Punjab and Islamabad, CNG prices have been slashed.
President of All Pakistan CNG Association Ghias Paracha said CNG prices in Punjab and Islamabad were down 7.50 Rs per litre.
The president of the CNG Association said the prices in the local market have also fallen due to the decline in the price of LNG on the global market.
By contrast, the petrol price had been reduced by Rs 7.6 per litre.
A statement from the Ministry of Finance said the price of diesel was increased by 5 paise per litre, while the price of kerosene was reduced by 88 paise 11 rupees.
The Ministry of Finance statement further said the price of light diesel has been reduced by Rs 9.37 and the new prices will apply from 12 am tonight.
Earlier, petrol price had been reduced by Rs7.6 per litre, according to sources in the Petroleum Division, while diesel price had been increased by Rs5 per litre.
In addition, the price of kerosene was reduced by paise Rs 11.88 and paise Rs 9.37 for light diesel.