ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Fuel Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Saturday raised the freight fares for oil tankers by sixty four% after the All Pakistan Oil Tankers Affiliation (APOTA) threatened to go on a strike.
Transportation fares for oil tankers taking the brief route have been elevated by Rs141 to Rs360.sixty two, a notification issued by the authority stated.
Fares for the lengthy route have been elevated by 20%.
The APOTA had gone on a national strike in late July in protest of freight fares and the security guidelines imposed by OGRA.
The protest ended after the 2 sides agreed to extend the freight price of oil tankers and to resolve all different points inside 15 days
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