Though the sanctity of CNG has not truly affected the affluent who can afford petrol, the whole nation screams out each alternate day when there is CNG strike. While some recently claimed on TV that if only some ministers and CNG pump owners renounce corrpuption, there might still be CNG enough to cater one third demand of the county. With CNG turning as holy as a “tabarruk”, what is going to be the common man’s alternative fuel system?
Solar energy, though seems to be a very probable option and one that may eventually take us out of the dearth of energy and the crisis situation, would take longer than its expected. But if worked on speedily, may yeiild long term and fruitful results. But the question is does the government realise the seriousness of the situation and how exactly is government going about this plan.
Let us know what you think!