Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) has forwarded a summary to the Ministry of Petroleum recommending a major increase of Rs 6.20 per litre in petrol price, reported a private TV channel on Monday, quoting its sources. OGRA has also proposed a rise of Rs 6 and Rs 7.50 per litre in the prices of diesel and kerosene oil respectively. It may be mentioned that succumbing to the pressure both from the opposition and the treasury benches, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani recently announced to withdraw Carbon Tax on Compressed Natural Gas (CNG). He had directed Ministry of Finance to immediately withdraw the decision after he had heard the views of the Parliamentarians and changes to that effect would be made soon. Advisor to PM on Finance Shaukat Tarin had also said a decision for putting an end to the subsidy on petrol, gas and electricity has been taken. He said the current fiscal year revenue recoveries would amount to Rs1180 billion.