The Pune Mahanagar Parivahan Mahamandal Limited (PMPML) on Friday paid Rs 27 crore to the Maharashtra Natural Gas Limited (MNGL), after the latter threatened to stop the supply of CNG over unpaid dues.
Of the 3,000 buses in the transport body, at least 1,235 run on CNG with a daily requirement of gas worth Rs 30 lakh. MNGL officials said the transport body owes it a total of Rs 47.22 crore.
The PMPML paid up after MNGL Commercial Director Santosh Sontakke held a press conference Friday afternoon. Sontakke said the MNGL was forced to threaten to stop CNG supply Read More
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