CNG stations to be opened five days week: CM KPK


PESHAWAR: Chief Minister Mahmood Khan has directed the authorities concerned to keep CNG stations opened five days a week keeping in view the suffering of the general public.

He issued the directives while talking to a delegation of CNG association’s Khyber Pakhtunkhwa chapter, which called on him here on Tuesday, according to a statement.

The delegation led by the association’s provincial president Fazal Muqeem Khan apprised the chief minister about difficulties the consumers and people associated with the CNG industry were facing due to closure of stations in the province.

The delegation requested the chief minister to issue directives to allow opening of CNG stations five days a week instead of three days.

Special assistant to chief minister on information Barrister Mohammad Ali Saif, MPAs Arbab Jahandad Khan and Asif Khan, commissioner Peshawar Riaz Mehsud and senior officials of SNGPL were also present.

The chief minister said the provincial government would go all out to provide relief to people, adding traffic jams had become a routine due to long queues of vehicles at the CNG stations.

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