Govt asked to resolve CNG shortage in Karachi

September 27, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: President Karachi Transport Action Committee Muhammad Ashraf Banglori on Sunday appealed to Sindh government to make proper planning to resolve the CNG shortage problem in Karachi.

He said in a statement that continuous shortage of CNG in the city had raised the problems of transporters and citizens. He said: “About 70 percent transport in the metropolis depend on CNG, but ironically CNG stations are closed here for four times in a week which is great injustice.”

Banglori said: “Citizens face hardships when busses do not ply the roads due to CNG shortage. The people pay extra money and waist their valuable time in these kind of troubles. The government needs to consider public problem and loss to the transporters.” He demanded of the Sindh government to seriously focus on solution to CNG shortage in the city.

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