Gas load shedding makes life difficult for masses

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LPG sector milking people with the help of regulator
The Pakistan Economy Watch (PEW) on Wednesday said gas crisis is result of preferring influential industrial sectors over the masses in biting winter.
The gas loadshedding which started with the advent of winter has now worsened making life of common man difficult across Punjab, it said,
Gas is not available in many cities where people leave homes for work without breakfast while parents find it difficult to feed their school going children in the morning, said Dr. Murtaza Mughal, President PEW.

He said that government and other always blamed the CNG sector for gas shortages but now that sector has been closed since months they have no one to blame.
Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that after disconnection of CNG sector, government has started providing gas to textile sector negating its own claim of preferring common consumers over all other sectors.
He said that many homemakers are forced to use alternative dirty fuel for cooking while taking bath, washing clothes and heating have become a dream.
The LPG sector continue to bank in the opportunity as it continue to revise price upward to a level that is unfrequented in the history of Pakistan while Ogra is playing role of silent spectator.
Many tandoor operators have started using LPG cylinders due to extremely low pressure to charge masses more than the officially agreed rate for a roti while authorities have turned a blind eye to it.
Dr. Murtaza Mughal said that government has been planning to jack up price of natural gas even if it is not available which is a conspiracy.

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