Lahore / Karachi: Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association has announced a nationwide strike on July 18. “Petroleum Dealers Association announces strike on July 18 | Breaking News”
According to the general secretary of the Petroleum Dealers Association, the minimum wage has been raised to Rs 25,000.
The commission of dealers should be increase. Electricity has also become more expensive. Costs have risen.
The association has demanded that the government increase the commission of dealers to 6% as promised. On the other hand.
The movement of oil tankers has come to a standstill due to non-drainage of rain water in Kemari oil installation areas.
Petroleum Dealers Association announces strike on July 18 | Breaking News
According to Chairman All Pakistan Oil Tankers Owners Association Mir Shams Shahwani, apart from Kemari.
Rain water is still accumulate in Korangi and Port Qasim oil installation areas.
About 6,000 oil tankers are awaiting filling in the affected installation area of Kemari.
There is rain water in front of the oil terminals of 21 establish oil importing companies. No oil tanker has been fill-ed since Sunday.
He said that due to suspension of filling process, delivery of petroleum products across the country has come to a standstill.
Due to these conditions, there is a danger of fuel crisis in the country.
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