Commuters and petrol pump owners in Gurugram are both unhappy with the suggestion to keep petrol pumps shut on Sundays, even though some of the nationwide petrol pump dealers’ bodies have announced they will support the move, following PM Narendra Modi’s call to conserve fuel.
TOI spoke to a number of commuters, who all expressed anguish at the consortium of Indian petroleum dealers’ announcement that petrol pumps would be shut on Sundays in eight states, including Haryana. “This is a bad decision,” said Deepak Bhat, a resident of DLF Phase 1. “What if the car tank is empty, and someone has to go to the hospital? Who will take responsibility of the emergency? I suspect this might have been initiated to benefit cab operators, because in case there is any fuel shortage, it would be cab operators who will benefit.” Read More…
Credit By : ET Energy World
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