Fuel stations across the country could go dry from June 16, with a petroleum dealers’ association threatening to go on strike if their concerns over the proposed roll out of daily price revision are not addressed.
On June 8, state-owned oil companies such as Indian Oil Corporation, Bharat Petroleum Corporation Ltd and Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd, decided on a pan-India implementation of daily price revision of petrol and diesel.
The All India Petroleum Dealers’ Association is demanding an automated system to reflect price changes from the state-run oil marketing companies. Read more
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