The price of petrol is expected to decrease by Rs9.63 per litre for the next two weeks, while diesel prices are anticipated to increase.

According to reports, the Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has advised lowering gasoline prices for the final fifteen days of the current month, September.

However, a final decision about increased petroleum pricing would only be made after receiving Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s approval.


For the specified period, the cost of diesel is probably going to go up by Rs3.04 per litre, bringing the price from Rs247.26 per litre to Rs250.30.

The federal government announced an increase in the price of gasoline and diesel for the first two weeks of September on August 31.


The price of gasoline increased by Rs2.07 to reach Rs235.98 per litre, while the price of high-speed diesel increased by Rs2.99 to reach Rs247.43.

According to Express Tribune, various strategies have reportedly been used by the government and OGRA to maintain low petroleum prices in order to avert political reaction.