The BERC first scheduled the hearing for July 7-8
The authorities have postponed again the public hearing on fixing the price of Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG).
Earlier, the Bangladesh Energy Regulatory Commission (BERC) had set a new date for the hearing on August 17-18 at AKM Shamsul Haque Khan Auditorial of Bangladesh Institute of Public Administration (BIAM) in the city.
But again, it issued a public circular on Thursday announcing the postponement of the hearing until further order.
The BERC first scheduled the hearing for July 7-8. But it had to suspend the hearing due to the countrywide strict lockdown that began on July 1.
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The energy regulator had announced the public hearing responding to the appeal of the LPG operators who oppose the present pricing formula for LPG.
The BERC, held its last public hearing on LPG price-fixing in January this year, and it has been fixing the price every month from April this year in compliance with a court order.