Compressed National Gas (CNG) stations in Karachi are closed again as they were opened after six days.
The CNG stations remained opened in Karachi on Friday night for eight hours.
People in large number rushed to the CNG stations for refueling of their vehicle soon after they were open at 10pm, Friday night.
A large number of vehicle owners’ failed in getting CNG.
“Due to low gas pressure, the CNG outlets have been closed in Karachi”, said the owners of the CNG stations.
CNG stations closed in Karachi after eight hours
Earlier, President of All Pakistan CNG Association, Ghias Paracha had announced that he and members of the association plan to protest and demonstrate in front of the Chief Minister House.
Paracha said that the elongated gas load-shedding been detrimental to their business.
It had given undue duress to the masses, he said.
President CNG association had lamented the present government.
He said that they pledged employment opportunities but were working to dismantle business.
And places of employment who have already gained a footing in the country.
Paracha said that the elongated gas load-shedding has been detrimental to their business.
Ghias Paracha also announced that the association also plans to protest near the offices of Sui Southern Gas Company (SSGC) against this issue.