Pakistan’s petroleum dealers launched a nationwide protest against the government on Thursday for failing to raise their profit margins.
Several privately-owned petrol stations were closed across the country in response to the call by the Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA).
Pakistan’s energy minister Hammad Azhar categorically said that only “legitimate demands” will be accepted and warned that those seeking a nine-rupee raise would face disappointment.
Shell Pakistan,Hascol and Go petroleum announces that they will not participate in the strike on November 25th 2021.
All the company operated retail stations will be open to serve.