PESHAWAR, Nov 5: CNG Association Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Monday voluntarily resumed selling fuel to private motorists and commuter vehicles in the province.

The decision of ending strike was taken by the association after their negotiations with the district administration proved successful. During the negotiations, the government was represented by DCO Mohammad Javed Marwat and ACO Habibullah Arif, while CNG Association was represented by its central vice-chairman Pervez Khan Khattak, provincial chairman Fazal Muqeem Khan and other office-bearers. During the negotiations CNG Association reiterated its grievances and problems arising out of the new price of CNG. —APP

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