ISLAMABAD: costs of rock oil product might go down by Rs2.50 from April one because the Oil and Gas administrative unit (OGRA) has sent a outline to the rock oil Division, ARY News reported on Tues, citing sources.
According to sources, the regulator has suggested to chop hydrocarbon worth by Rs1.50 per metric capacity unit and Rs a pair of.50 per metric capacity unit decrease in diesel.
Sources before the matter aforementioned that costs of rock oil product might stay identical if the govt determined to extend the levy.
Currently, the levy on hydrocarbon is Rs11.23 per metric capacity unit and Rs12.74 per metric capacity unit on diesel.
However, the prime minister can create the ultimate call concerning the costs of rock oil product, the sources additional.
On March fifteen, the central had determined against raising the costs of hydrocarbon and high-speed diesel within the country, rejecting a outline forwarded by the Ogra.