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At the request of the IMF, after electricity and gasoline, gas became more expensive, the price of gas was increased by one hundred and twelve percent.
Gas rates are applicable for all sectors including residential, commercial, CNG, residential consumers using up to fifty cubic meters of gas are exempted from hike.
The prices will be introduced from January 1 of the current year for six months, the government will receive income in the amount of three hundred and ten billion rupees.
Also read: Taxes should be raised, subsidies to end or reduce, IMF statement
The federal government has hiked gas prices from 17 to 112 percent following IMF conditions, increasing gas price hikes for all sectors, including domestic, commercial, power, fertiliser, cement industry, export industry and CNG.
The price of 300 to 350 cubic millimeters of gas for household consumers, 200 cubic meters of gas for household consumers, 200 cubic meters of gas was increased by 32%. consumers increased from 553 soums to 730 million soums.
For consumers who use up to three cubic meters of gas, the price per mmbtu has been increased to 1250 rupees.