Rawalpindi: The indignant residents of Munawar Colony, Ali City, Al-Mumtaz Colony, Saleha Road, Defence Street, Usama Road, Dhoke Juma and a number of other different localities of Adiala Street Sunday strongly protested towards Sui Northern Fuel Pipeline Restricted (SNGPL) for not offering them pure fuel even for home use since October 2016.
The SNGPL had earlier introduced clean provide of fuel to shoppers after February 15, 2017. Nevertheless because the lapse of the deadline the fuel provide was not restored and now, with sudden, chilly climate in March as a consequence of snowfall in likeMurree, Nathia Gali and Ayubia the availability of fuel has gone to zero.
The protesters complained about discriminatory remedy when it comes to fuel provide by SNGPL. Greater than 50 per cent ‘tandoors’ have already been shut down in affected localities due to zero fuel provide and residents have to purchase ‘roti’ on larger costs.
Reportedly, the residents of Chaklala Scheme-III, Asghar Mall and its surrounding localities, Morgah, Shamsabad Mannequin Colony, Sadiqabad, Dhoke Paracha, Azizabad, Tench Batta, Mughalabad, Dhoke Chaudhrian, Gulshan Shafi Colony, Ghausia Chowk, Kamalabad, Tahli Mori, Ghaziabad Colony, Harley Road, Dheri Hassanabad, Jhanda Chichi, New Shakriyal and Dhoke Kala Khan are additionally dealing with low to zero fuel strain.
Muthidda Naanbhais Welfare Affiliation (MNWA) President Shafiq Qureshi stated that SNGPL isn’t offering them pure fuel even within the month of March. Greater than 50 per cent ‘tandoors’ have been shut down because of absence of pure fuel in March. “It’s a matter of nice concern that SNGPL has completely failed to offer pure fuel,” he denounced.
Israr Ahmed, a resident of Munawar Colony stated that they got here out on roads as that they had no different choice left. Shazia Bashir, a housewife stated that it was unlucky for them that the world has no correct system of fuel and water provide. The authorities involved promised clean provide of fuel in mid February however now it’s mid March and we have now no fuel. The LPG is sort of costly and we can’t afford it. We’ve no different choice however to return on roads.
The SNGPL Senior Common Supervisor (Rawalpindi Circle) Muhammad Zahoor stated that unexpectedly chilly climate has returned in March. Extreme chilly waves are blowing now days and a few areas are dealing with fuel disaster. “Fuel provide shall be higher after some days,” he assured. He additionally stated that majority of shoppers utilizing fuel sucking compressors of their houses, which is unlawful.
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