energy crisis

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energy crisis

ncrisi f energetica
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KARACHI -- Sindh High Court on Monday dismissed the plea of different industries against the hike in gas prices by Government.
KARACHI -- The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday dismissed the plea of different industries against the hike in gas prices by the government.
KARACHI -- Sindh High Court (SHC) on Monday dismissed the plea of different industries against the hike in gas prices by Government.
A Supreme Court (SC) lawyer on Thursday filed a writ petition with the High Court (HC) seeking stay on the government decision hiking the gas prices. Advocate Eunus Ali Akond placed the petition challenging the government notification on the hike of gas prices.
The gas prices for residential customers for using up to 50 cubic meter gas monthly will remain unchanged at Rs 121 per cubic meter.
The ministry recommended to jack up gas prices up to 200 per cent for domestic consumers and 31 per cent for commercial consumers, whereas, 25 per cent increase will be made over monthly usage of 50 units and 50 per cent against 100 units.
ISLAMABAD -- Domestic consumers are set to face up to 200% hike in gas prices from July 1, mainly due to the rupee depreciation against the dollar.
The gas prices in Punjab and Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa may further increase by 47 per cent, while in Sindh and Balochistan by 28 per cent from the next fiscal year (July 1, 2019) due to the depreciation of the rupee against the dollar.
"Customers are asking why gas prices are up," Dhakkr said.
As public anger goes up, Prime Minister Imran Khan has called an urgent meeting of the Cabinet Committee on Energy on Wednesday, with a single-point agenda disturbances caused by the gas prices and the factors involved.
In October 2018, the OGRA had increased gas prices up to 143 percent for the domestic consumers.
Summary: The drastic drop in gas prices saw customers queueing up to fill up their tanks.