Pakistan News / Karachi Updates > As the CNG stations are on strike and public transport is facing many & critical problems due to strike, on Tuesday Drivers blocked the MA Jinnah Road in Karachi, E Pakistan News reported.
After the CNG Strike in Pakistan now public is going to set strike against CNG closer in Sindh, CNG Association sources told that “Around 98 percent of the 298 CNG stations in Karachi stayed shut to protest against the unjust retail price of CNG,”
“The majority of over 600 CNG stations in other parts of Sindh also remained closed.”
He refused to give a specific date as to when would the owners of the closed CNG stations end their strike.
Massive queues of vehicles were seen at a few company-operated gas stations in the city that remained open. They included a gas station near Askari-IV; two along Sharea Faisal, one near Drigh Road and the other close to the PAF Base Faisal and one in Malir Cantonment. A very few public transport vehicles were seen plying the roads.