Petrol price increased by Rs 22.20

BusinessPetrol price increased by Rs 22.20

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The federal government has raised the prices of all petroleum products with effect from February 16, 2023.

As per the Ministry of Finance, the prices of per litre petrol and High-Speed Diesel (HSD) have been increased by Rs 22.20 and Rs 17.20 respectively.

Similarly, the Kerosene price has been raised by Rs 12.90 while the price of Light Diesel Oil has been increased by Rs 9.68.

Now from onwards for the next fortnight, petrol will be available for Rs 272.00 per litre, HSD for Rs 280.00 per litre, Kerosene for Rs 202.73 per litre, and Light Speed Diesel for Rs 196.68 per litre.

The below are revised prices of petroleum products (per litre);

Existing Prices (From January 29 to February 15) 
New Prices (From February 16-28)
Increase/(-) Decrease
MS (Petrol)Rs 249.80Rs 272.00Ra 22.20
High-Speed Diesel (HSD)Rs 262.80Rs 280.00Rs 17.20
KeroseneRs 189.83Rs 202.73Rs 12.90
Light Diesel OilRs 187.00Rs 196.68Rs 9.68

“Increase in price is due to Pak Rupees devaluation applicable for the calculation of current pricing period,” the Ministry stated.

Petrol price increased by Rs 22.20

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