According to a notification issued by the SSGC on Wednesday, all the filling stations in Sindh will remain shut for another 48 hours
She said that the suspension of gas supply is unacceptable for the nationals amid extremely cold weather.
CNG stations across the port city shall remain out of supply due to a gas crisis it faces as winter spreads its wings
" Sindh is country's largest gas producing province, still the people here have been deprived of it," chief minister said.
In parts of Sindh, Balochistan domestic gas demand has considerbaly hiked on premise of cold weather but people complain little availability if at all
Under Article 158 of the constitution the central government is required to provide gas to Sindh according to its requirements.
Balochistan Chief Minister Jam Kamal Khan on Wednesday telephoned Prime Minister Imran Khan and sought help for dealing with ongoing gas and energy crisis in the province.
Adviser to Prime Minister on Finance, Dr Abdul Hafeez Shaikh has said that the government is taking all-out measures to overcome the ongoing gas crisis in the country.
The households in Karachi and other parts of Sindh also facing gas shortage and the issue of low gas pressure despite the gas utility's claims of supplying the fuel to its domestic consumers.
The CNG filling stations remained open for only four days in last 15 days of December.