ISLAMABAD: The Petroleum Dealers Association on Sunday announced a countrywide strike on November 25 after the government showed its reluctance to revise their margin by 6 per cent of the sale price. The association while announcing a countrywide strike on November 25, said that the petrol pumps throughout the country will remain shut to press the government to accept their demand.
A spokesman for the association said that the government is constantly delaying their “genuine” demand of increasing 6 percent margin. He said that the petrol pumps will also remain closed in Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan, adding that they will chalk out their future line of action if their demand is not met.
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