Petrol Pump Strike: Petrol Pumps Will Remain Open in Haryana Tomorrow Also

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Petrol Pump Strike: There is a big relief news for the residents of Haryana. The closure of all private petrol pumps in the state scheduled for March 30 and 31 has been postponed for the time being. The basis of this decision was a meeting of Petroleum Dealers Association Haryana in which they had announced a strike due to non-increase in commission.

The association has given time till August 15 to the government to fulfill its demands. And warned. That if their demands were not met then the strike would be resumed.

Status of petrol pumps in the state

The total number of petrol pumps in the state of Haryana is 4,000. Out of which 350 are government. And the rest are in private ownership. This is at the center of the controversy. Private petrol pump dealers who raised their voice due to no increase in commission for the last seven years. According to Sanjeev Choudhary, State President of Petroleum Dealers Association, at present dealers get a commission of only Rs 2 to 3 per litre. Which is insufficient to meet their costs.

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Appeal to the government

The association has discussed this matter with government agencies from time to time. But till now no meaningful response has been received regarding their demands. Dealers say. That their costs are increasing. But due to no increase in commission, their operations are being seriously affected.

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impact on citizens

If this strike had taken place, it would have caused a lot of inconvenience to the citizens of the state. The closure of petrol pumps would not only cause inconvenience to the general public but could also impact emergency services. The postponement of this decision has brought a great relief to the citizens for the time being. But this decision is temporary.

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Publish Date: March 29, 2024

Posted By Sunil

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