CNG operators pledge struggle for their rights

Islamabad: The owners of the CNG filling stations from Potohar region has rejected the decision to suspend supply of natural gas to the CNG outlets for indefinite period and vowed to fight their way out.

They termed the decision of SNGPL illegal and reflective of incompetence of the bureaucracy.

The pledge came in a meeting called Wednesday by the All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) with its Central Chairman Abid Hayat in chair. Ashar Haleem, President APCNGA Potohar Ch. Salahuddin and others were also present on the occasion.

CNG dealers said that they would abide by every decision of the APCNGA leaders, would record their protest on every forum and that they are ready to offer any sacrifice to get their rights restored.

Final decision over the situation would be taken on Dec 12 in the meeting the executive committee of the APCNGA.

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