On Monday, Caretaker Prime Minister (PM) Anwaar ul Haq Kakar called upon the chief ministers to take decisive action in lowering the prices of essential goods and services in response to a significant reduction in fuel costs. 

In a momentous development, the government has implemented a substantial reduction of Rs40 in the price of petrol. 

Prime Minister Anwaar ul Haq Kakar issued clear directives at both the federal and provincial levels, urging the implementation of a stringent price control mechanism. 


PM Kakar stressed that all endeavours must be focused on ensuring that the benefits of reduced petroleum prices are passed on to the citizens of Pakistan. 

The prime minister emphasised the unwavering enforcement of his directives. 

Prior to this decision, the cost of petrol had seen a remarkable reduction of Rs40 per litre in Pakistan. 

As per a notification issued by the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority, the price of petrol now stands at Rs283.38 per litre, reflecting a reduction of Rs40 per litre

Meanwhile, the price of high-speed diesel (HSD) has been lowered by Rs15 per litre to reach Rs303.18, while kerosene oil prices have witnessed a reduction of Rs22.43 per litre, now standing at Rs214.85.