Already hassled by the skyrocketing prices of petrol and diesel, citizens are likely to suffer one more jolt as the city will soon have to depend on fuel supply by trucks from Bhopal instead of the usual large railway wagons, as Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) has decided to remove its depot located in the city and begin supply of fuel from the Bhopal depot. The move was though anticipated as the leading Public Sector Undertaking (PSU) IOC has been working on a major strategic and futuristic plan, under which major changes in supply of the fuels would be made.
Chief general manager of the IOC MP state office, Vigyan Kumar, who was in the city to participate in a company event, in an exclusive talk informed that the Oil Marketing Company (OMC) has devised a Rs 300 crore investment plan for streamlining the supply of fuels in the state. Read More…
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