All company owned and operated PSO Petrol Pumps will remain open during the countrywide strike announced by the All Pakistan Petrol Pump Dealers Association (APPPDA) on 25 November 2021 since the Government failed to fulfil its promise to increase the dealer’s margin.
The announcement was made by Pakistan State Oil (PSO) on social media, “All our petrol pumps nationwide that are company owned and operated, will remain open and continue to function normally.” said the state-owned petroleum corporation involved in marketing and distribution of petroleum products. “As always, PSO stands strong with the nation in such challenging times.”
All our Company Owned, Company Operated (COCO) stations nationwide will remain open and continue to function normally. As always, PSO stands strong with the nation in such challenging times.— PSO (@PSOPakistan) November 23, 2021
To view the list of our COCO outlets, visit the link below:https://t.co/HQRr5Wauvc pic.twitter.com/4jNnGJOnxc
It is pertinent that APPPDA has announced a Petrol Pump Strike on 25 November 2021 as they are demanding the government to increase the dealer’s profit to 6%. The APPPDA General Secretary Nauman Butt announced that the strike will continue until the Government fulfils its promise.
However, he added that the Petrol Pump Strike will not affect ambulances and Rescue 1122 vehicles.
Read more: Countrywide Petrol Pump Strike on November 25.
Pakistan State Oil (PSO) has also announced that all company owned and operated Petrol Pumps will remain operational as usual throughout the country.