ISLAMABAD: The federal government on Monday kept the costs of petroleum items unchanged for following 15 days.
“The head of state has actually made a decision to maintain the rates of petroleum items as they got on May 17th, 2021,” the petroleum ministry revealed.
The federal government has actually not increased the costs because April 16, as well as kept them by adjusting sales tax as well as petroleum levy to ensure that there is no corresponding boost in the prices of important things as well as maximum alleviation is provided to the common man.
Thus, the ex-depot rate of petroleum as well as HSD would continue to be unchanged at Rs108.56 and also Rs110.76 per litre, specifically. Likewise, the ex-depot rate of kerosene oil as well as LDO would certainly stay unmodified at Rs80 and also Rs77.65 per litre, respectively.
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Ogra had actually advised an increase in the price of HSD by Rs4.36 per litre however the government decreased the oil levy to about Rs4.50 per litre from Rs8.86. Ogra had exercised a number of paisa changes in kerosene as well as light diesel as well as no change in gas price.
The government had already accumulated higher than targeted earnings on petroleum products with oil levy in the nine months of the present. As a result, it was comfortable with minor modifications in the petroleum levy.