Sindh’s gas crisis is occurring because it is not allowing the centre to make a new pipeline, says Federal Energy Minister Omar Ayub Khan.
Gas supply was restored Friday night across Karachi after a gap of six days. The CNG stations, however, stopped supply again after eight hours.
The energy minister said that such a situation would not have struck the city if the PPP-led government had followed up with the federal government.
“Forbidding building a gas pipeline is injustice to the people,” Ayub said.
He added that the Sindh government had also refused to import liquefied natural gas.