The city ran short of fuel supplies on Friday amid blockade of roads by Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan followers.  Motorists faced hardships as most of the fuel stations remained closed on Friday with signboards reading: “Fuel unavailable.” Reportedly, vehicle owners were sold petrol up to a limit of Rs500 while motorcyclists were being allowed to buy petrol up to Rs100. Cases of fleecing consumers were also reported in some areas in northern and north-western part of the provincial capital.  The city consumes around 1.8 million litres of petrol daily through almost 300 pumps operated by the Pakistan State Oil and private companies.