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CNG shortage... By Shanza

17 December, 2013

Being a resident of Karachi, I am concerned about the lack of public transport buses due to the Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) issue. It is horrific to wait for a bus. I am a university student and I have been going through this situation almost daily, which is causing great damage to my studies. Rickshaw and taxi drivers demand huge fares. CNG stations are closed for three days in a week. Long queues can be seen when the CNG stations open up. The government should take a look into this matter.

SHANZA SAHAR
Karachi

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