ISLAMABAD: The petrol price in Pakistan is likely to drop by Rs2 a liter as the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has sent a summary in this regard to the Petroleum Division.
According to the summary, the OGRA has recommended to decrease prices of petrol and diesel by Rs2 a liter, while no change in the prices of kerosene oil and light diesel has been recommended.
After consultation with the Finance Ministry, Prime Minister Imran Khan will announce the new prices.
Fuel prices in Pakistan are revised every 15 days.
Currently the fuel prices across the country are as follows:
Petrol: Rs110.35/ litre
High-speed diesel: Rs113.08/ litre
Kerosene oil: Rs82.06/ litre
Light diesel: Rs79.86/ litre