The government’s plan to substitute Indian liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) bullets to supply cooking gas in the country has suffered perennial delays as the issue has not received due priority from the concerned agencies.
Almost a year has passed since the Indian authorities refused to issue non-explosive certificates to Nepali gas bullets – a major setback to materialise the plan to substitute Indian gas-carrying bullets. However, the inability of the government to resolve the issue with the Indian authorities till date has put the entire plan in limbo.
Even LPG bottlers are pessimistic the government will address the issue regarding issuance of non-explosive certificates and that Nepal will be able to substitute Indian LPG bullets any time soon. Read More…
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