An expert committee set up to recommend relaxing norms for setting up petrol pumps and retailing ATF in India has sought public comments on the issue before finalising its views.
The Oil Ministry had last month set up a five-member expert committee to recommend easing of fuel retailing licensing rules.
“The first meeting of the committee was held on November 2, and the Committee desired to have the views/suggestions of all the stakeholders/ general public,” a notice issued by the ministry said.
It asked for comments on the subject within two weeks. Read More
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