New Delhi: Fuel Stations across the country could go dry from June 16 with the All India Petroleum Dealers Association threatening to go on strike if their concerns over the proposed rollout of daily price revision are not addressed.
State owned oil companies have decided on a Pan- India daily revision of petrol and diesel prices.
The association is demanding an automated system to reflect the price changes.
“The decision to implement daily price revision of petrol and diesel was taken unilaterally… we are opposed to that,” Ajay Bansal, president of the association, said on Saturday.
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