Pakistan News / Islamabad News > All Pakistan CNG Association (APCNGA) has suspended its ongoing strike for three days after getting assurances for redressal of their grievances.
APCNGA Chairman Ghayas Paracha addressing a press conference said the Association has decided to suspend the strike for three days on the assurance given by Federal Minister for Petroleum Asim Hussain for resolution of their issues. However, he warned the strike would be resumed in case no effective step was taken in three days.
Replying a question, he said the purpose of strike was to contain the spiraling rates of CNG. However, he apologized the people for hardship they had to go through during CNG-less days.