The Petroleum Dealers Association, Meghalaya (PDA,M) on Tuesday criticized the oil marketing companies (OMCs) – namely Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited and Indian Oil Corporation Limited and the district administration for their failure to implement the court order to allow four retail outlets of the State from lifting the petroleum products from Lokhra, Betkhuchi, in Guwahati.
The PDA-M also held the Assam Petroleum Mazdoor Union (APMU) of being responsible for holding the dealers under ransom by preventing the dealers of the four fuel stations from the State to lift the petroleum products because they are not complying with their unwanted demands. Read more
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