CNG stations in Sindh to remain shut on Oct 31

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Observer Report
Karachi

The Sui Southern Gas Company has Friday announced the suspension of CNG and RLNG stations for at least 24 hours on Oct 31 across Sindh due to lack of pressure and availability of the gas.

In order to comply with the sectorial priority amid depleting line pack and consequently low pressure, the gas utility said it has to suspend the gas to RLNG and CNG stations starting am on Sunday till 8 am on Monday.

It is “due to short supply of gas in SSGCL system”, said utility distributor management in a press release on Friday.

Separately from the logistics realm, the railways schedule has reported up to 11-hour delay on Friday in reaching their destinations as the banned outfit Tehreek e Labbaik Pakistan continues its riot-like protests across the country.

The trains including Pakistan Express, Khyber Mail, Awam Express, Karachi Express, Karakoram Express, Business Express, Sir Syed Express, Hazara Express and Green Line, have all suffered delays in their estimated arrival and the passengers have had to wait long hours before reaching destinations.

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