According to the sources, All Pakistan Petrol Pump Dealers Association has called for a countrywide strike on November 25 over government’s reluctance on increasing dealer margin to 6%.
As per details, the spokesperson of APPPDA said that until our demand is met there will be no talks, added that this time there will be no leniency until their margin of commissioned has been increased.
The All Pakistan Petrol Pump Dealers Association (APPPDA) while joining their hands with the gas stations of Gilgit Baltistan who have also declared the strike across pumps of GB and Kashmir on the day.
It must be noted that they had earlier announced to go on strike on November 5 following the call of the central organisation to demand the increase in commission but after their negotiations with government, they called the strike off.
The president of the petrol pump dealers association Owais Arshad in a press conference, had said that the petrol pumps would observe a strike on November 6 to protest against the unchanged commission rate for years.
The APPPDa president also criticized that the commission of the petrol pumps is only 2.5% for the last 9 years despite the expenditures have increased since 2012.
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