ISLAMABAD: The Oil and Gas Regulatory Authority (OGRA) on Monday sent a rundown to the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Resources proposing an expansion in costs of petroleum items for the month of June.

As indicated by sources, the service asked for a trek of 0.85 rupees for every liter for petrol, 2.18 rupees for each liter for high octane, 6.69 rupees for each liter for diesel and 3.97 rupees for each liter for lamp fuel oil.

On the off chance that costs suggested by Ogra gets endorsement from the service then the petrol, diesel and lamp oil will be sold at 65.12, 79.21, and 47.22 rupees for every liter separately. The new expanded cost of high octane will be Rs74.86 per liter.

Ogra has additionally asked for an expansion of Rs4.47 per liter for light diesel oil. An official conclusion in regards to the expansion in petroleum items’ costs will be taken by the Ministry of Finance after conference with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.