Long lines as Sindh’s CNG stations reopen after 98 hours

KARACHI (HRNW) After several days in Karachi, CNG has finally been opened which has made the citizens breathe a sigh of relief. Sindh’s CNG stations reopened again Sunday morning, this time after a gap of 98 hours.

Many public transport vehicles operate on CNG. Buses, rickshaws and taxis all need gas to power their vehicles and these prolonged shortages mean public transporters are having a difficult time.

SSGC, the company that supplies gas to Sindh, says increased demand due to colder than usual weather had led to a shortfall in supply. To manage the shortage, it was scheduling gas supply to CNG stations.



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