Due to law and order, oil marketing companies (OMCs) are struggling to supply Lahore and other Pakistani cities.
Citizens and companies are worried about more than 50% of filling stations being dry, according to petroleum dealers.
Pakistan’s precarious environment necessitated the supply disruption, according to Jahanzeb Malik, Secretary General of the Petroleum Dealers Association. OMC has paused supplies to protect personnel and customers amid escalating tensions.
Imran Khan’s arrest sparked countrywide protests. OMCs face roadblocks, traffic, and violence when supplying petroleum supplies.
The scarcity threatens transportation, commuting, and other companies. Hospitals, emergency responders, and other fuel-dependent services may be affected.
Pakistan is trying to control the situation. PTI members say the nationwide protests will continue until Khan is released. As the nation changes, so does the story.