Karachi  - The owners of petrol, diesel and CNG stations are financially not in a position to run business due to sharp decrease in their commission and its capping by the government besides continued heavy overhead expenses. Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, PPP Co-Chairman Asif Ali Zrdari and Finance Minister Naveed Qamar should intervene and fix commission at six percent on petroleum products, lift capping and allow CNG operators to regulate its price according to agreement with government, said Chairman All Pakistan Petroleum Dealers Vigilance Foundation APDVF Syed Zia Abbas at news conference here. Senior Vice Chairman APDVF & Sindh Minister Haji Muzaffar Shujra was also present. If petrol, diesel and CNG stations close their business it would lead to wheel jam in the country. In view of sharp increase in petroleum products prices over past few months and five times rise in overhead expenses, difference between income and expenditure is zero, he stated. On May 6, 2008 price of HSD 10000 litres was Rs 488295, rose to Rs 634409 on August 1, 2008 - Rs 140114 increase during this period. Petrol 10000 litres price on May 10, 2008 was Rs 671006, went to Rs 851856 on Aug. 1, 2008 - Rs 180850 rise in this period. In February 2008 petrol retail price was Rs 53.74, diesel Rs 37.82 a litre, Rs 86.75 & Rs 64.74 a litre respectively on July 20, 2008. Total rise in petrol price from February to August 1, 2008 was Rs 32.96 a litre - 62% hike and diesel Rs 26.20 a litre - 71% rise. Petroleum dealers commission upto March 2006 was 4% and present government decreased it to 1.8% on petrol and 2% on diesel in August, 2008. It was now absolutely impossible to continue if commission is not fixed at 6%, he added. Zia Abbas said Sui Southern Gas Company increased gas price by 31%, KESC 10% in electricity and cost to operate generators at petrol pumps rose due to more diesel use in view of prolonged loadshedding also went up. CNG per kilo price is Rs 45 and selling Rs 47.25. CNG selling price should be regulated by CNG stations.