Supreme Court would review the recommended increase of Rs.13 per kilo for CNG by OGRA (Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority) on Monday.

Media reports that Supreme Court had declared ‘conditioning of CNG to petrol tariff’ as illegal, in its 25th Oct verdict, ordering a decrease in its prices, by Rs 30.

CNG station owners, responding to the Supreme Court verdict had started using various means to obstruct, stop the sale of CNG to public.

Meanwhile following a forensic audit of numerous CNG stations, OGRA has been known to have requested Rs.13 per kilo increase in CNG prices for region1, and Rs12 for region 2.