ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani directed the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources to establish hotlines to receive complaints regarding the Sui gas supply, especially to the domestic consumers, and also directed them to ensure uninterrupted gas supply to consumers. The Prime Minister was chairing a special meeting at the Prime Ministers House here Wednesday to review the gas supply situation as well as impact of increase of oil prices in international markets. The Prime Minister asked the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources to prepare a plan of relief package for the poor and vulnerable section of the society for giving relief in their gas bills. The exercise, he said, be undertaken as soon as the poverty survey being conducted under the Benazir Income Support Programme will be completed throughout the country. The Prime Minister observed that the governments concern for the common man was reflected through the fact that while the international oil prices had increased by 23 per cent, the oil price in the country had only been increased by 4.9 per cent. The govt as such, he added, was cushioning the financial impact of 18.1 per cent despite difficult economic situation with the sole purpose of providing relief to poor. The PM also directed the Ministry of Petroleum & Natural Resources to expedite the completion of various projects to ensure proper supply of oil and gas to various sectors of economy as well as the people at large. Earlier, Secretary Petroleum apprised the PM of the steps taken by the Ministry to ensure uninterrupted supply of gas to the domestic and commercial consumers. He also briefed on the progress of various projects being undertaken by the Ministry to ensure smooth supply of oil and gas in the country.