PSO Announces to Open These Petrol Pumps On Nov 25

As we all know that Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Association (PPDA) announces strick on 25 November 2021 because they are not agree to sell petrol on a low-profit margin.

“We have no choice but to go on strike because the government has failed to meet the November 17 deadline for meeting our demands,” the spokesperson said, adding that petrol stations in Kashmir and Gilgit Baltistan will also be closed on Thursday.

But, the good news is that Pakistan State Oil (PSO), has stated that all of their Company Owned, Company Operated (COCO) petrol pumps will remain open and operational during the strike.

PSO Petrol Pumps

PSO COCO owns 23 petrol stations in whole Pakistan. Faisalabad, Hyderabad, and Quetta got one, two in Multan and Sukkur. Five petrol stations in Rawalpindi, four in Peshawar, and Karachi got seven.

Here is a complete list of PSO COCO outlets that will remain open on Nov 25.

Serial NOCityAddress
1FaisalabadLiaqat road

3MultanNear pur mauj daryamultan

4MultanMultan bye pass at mouz

Opposite darwish masjid khadim Hussain raod Cantt Peshawar

Khyber Road, Peshawar Cantt

M/S METRO F/S G.T. Road Peshawar

8QuettaQuetta chaman raod

9RawalpindiM Blockpak secretariat Islamabad

10Rawalpindi13 Capital Islamabad

11RawalpindiAirport road civil lines Rawalpindi

12Rawalpindi3A The Mall Rawalpindi

Diplomatic enclave Islamabad

14SukkurK.M# 0/- Larkana by pass road

15SukkurNear ayub gate sukkur

16KarachiClifton road karachi

17KarachiSD/2 Block akda schemeLOCK NO-2 North Nazimabad dist ka

18KarachiM.S.11, Korongi, karachi

19KarachiP-I Main khyabane eittehad katachi
28 A-9, Main korangi road Karachi
3A The Mall Rawalpindi

28 A-9, Main korongi road

Furthermore, petrol statin other than this all mention above will be close from tomorrow till further notice.

The nationwide strike is all about in response to the low-profit margins of petrol dealers. The PPDA wants the government to raise the dealers’ profit margin on petroleum sales from 2% to 6%.

On the other hand, they will keep the petrol stations closed and even ask the government to cancel their licenses to sell petroleum.

Well, let’s see how the government deals with association demand before strict starts.

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