He added that this was due to changes in the composition of propane and butane in gas production despite expert advice.
Previously, gas flowed from a gas cylinder to a gas stove at a pressure of 65 pounds per inch.
But after changing the composition, the gas begins to flow from the gas cylinder to the stove at a pressure as high as 105 pounds per inch.
He stressed that the gas pipes and stoves explode due to their inability to withstand that high pressure.
However, he said that gas cylinders have not exploded at any point.