The government will announce soon the procedures for claiming rebates on diesel.

Datuk Armizan Mohd Ali, a representative of the Subsidised Fuel Regulation System Pilot Project in Petaling Jaya, said that he expects to continue subsidising diesel for 33 different types of vehicles and public transports under this project.

The Minister of Domestic Trade and Cost of Living said that any public transport and good companies who have been approved under the Subsidised diesel Regulation System Pilot Project, but have not yet received their fleet cards from gas stations, must start keeping their receipts on Monday (10th June).

He said that the cash rebates could be claimed by the Finance Ministry in accordance with the application procedure which will be announced at a later date.

The government previously announced an improvement in the targeted diesel subvention initiative.

Manage and monitor the subsidised Diesel through the Fleet Card System.

At the same time, Armizan also urged eligible transport companies that have not yet applied for diesel subsidy approval to do so immediately via and subsequently apply for fleet cards from their preferred oil companies.

Armizan stated that “all existing directives and regulation related to the sale and purchase of diesel are still in effect and applicable” with the announcement of the new diesel price.

Datuk Seri Amir Hamzah Azizan, a government official, announced earlier that the diesel price would be lowered to RM3,35 per litre in Peninsular Malaysia starting Monday midnight (10th June).

The Finance Minister II stated that the price was based on the Automatic Pricing Mechanism formula from May.

The previous diesel prices announced on 5 June were RM2.15 a litre. This price will be maintained for Sabah Sarawak and Labuan.

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