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CNG and petrol problems... By Nargis

27 December, 2013

CNG shortage is one of the key issues being faced by every citizen in this country. Petrol prices are rising. A person with an average income is not comfortable buying and using petrol. People are facing many problems due to the closed CNG stations. Some people do not come out of their houses on days in which CNG is unavailable.

I request the government to take serious steps to resolve this issue or else the government should lower the price of petrol so that the common man can breathe a sigh of relief.

NARGIS HASAN
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