CNG @ 38.80: wow

Now that’s some positive advertisement !

Due to a erroneous notification for two whole days ful stations sold CNG at an inreased rate of Rs. 13.  So this station in F-8 markaz is selling CNG at old rates –> Rs. 38.80 as a compensation.

Run … fill up the cylinders ;-)

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Bravo!

4 Comments so far

  1. anwar on July 5th, 2008 @ 6:33 am

    Marketing honesty?


  2. cyrenity on July 6th, 2008 @ 12:28 pm

    @anwar, if somebody is taking a postive step you call it marketing honesty, i don’t understand what’s the point of calling it a marketing campaign if someone puts a banner to tell public "we are sorry for inconvenience you faced in last 2 days", you are the people who are happy with all those gunda’s who are still selling @51, believe me till yesterday some gas station sold @51,

    i don’t understand how you guys think,,bullshit bullshit bullshit.

    alas, i am sorry,

    bye


  3. kabirdas on July 7th, 2008 @ 6:05 pm

    I receieved an email from a friend as follows:

    A tale of two cities:

    In Paris the chief of staff of the French Army resigns just two days after a soldier fired real bullets instead of blanks during a military show exercise and injured 17 people.

    In Islamabad, at about the same time, a minister personally makes a mess of the CNG prices, and doesnʼt even apologise!

    Question: On what meat do these Frenchies feed (and what drink do they wash it down with) that they have grown so democratic.

    I replied as follows:

    My comments on the tale of two cities as narrated by you are as follows:

    1. It is a mistake, though forgiveable, to compare apples with oranges.

    2. It is a graver mistake and thus unforgiveable, to compare rotten eggs with oranges.

    3. Please note French have been through a revolution which put them on their current path. We on the other hand have not even been evolving. We have been simply standing still on the crossroads, not knowing which way to turn.

    4. It may not be impertinent to quote Mian Jaffer Shah, our one time railway minister in this regard. When a serious rail accident took place he was asked in the National Assembly to resign like Shastri, the Indian railway minister, did when a similar kind of accident took place in Indian railways. Jaffer Shah roared: Do you want me, a devout Muslim, to follow the example of a Kafir?

    5. To answer your question I don’t think our dietry habits have anything to do with this sort of conduct. Unlike French, Shahstri was a vegetarian and teetotaler. What French and Indian have in common which may have a bearing on their conduct is that they are not God’s chosen people like us who are guaranteed to enter the Jannat irrespective of our conduct (misconduct).


  4. A for [pine]Apple (asmamirza) on July 22nd, 2008 @ 2:03 pm

    anwar honesty , i guess

    cyrenity the things are totally different now …. 86.66 rs :s

    kabirdas Interesting … thanks for sharing this with us ~~



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