No Sale of Fuel at Chandigarh Petrol Pumps Tomorrow

All the petrol pumps in Chandigarh except the company owned and company operated (CoCo) will remain close tomorrow as a strike against the dynamic daily fuel rate system enforced by the Central Government. The Chandigarh Petroleum Dealers Association (CPDA) has called a day’s strike ‘No Purchase, No Sale’ on Wednesday as the petrol pump owners are facing heavy loss due to the new fuel pricing system by the centre. Also, on July 5, all the dealers of the petrol pump in Chandigarh were on the protest of no-purchase day.

No sale of fuel at Chandigarh petrol pumps tomorrow

The dealers across Chandigarh had taken the decision to observe a strike tomorrow i.e on Wednesday as their profits margins are getting affected heavily due to the new petrol pricing system. The dealers made it clear that they do not intend to bring inconvenience into the lives of vehicle users but want to convey the central government that they should look for a solution to their losses after introducing dynamic fuel pricing system. The petrol pump dealers have shown concern that their overall profit margin has dipped so much that it will be a challenge for them to sustain manpower and other expenses at their petrol pumps. 

Petrol pumps that will remain open in Chandigarh tomorrow

However, there will be a few company-owned and company- operated (CoCo) petrol pumps that will stay operational tomorrow, irrespective of the strike. Here below is the list of petrol pumps where one can go tomorrow to get the fuel tank of the vehicle filled-

  • Bharat Petroleum Pump in Sector 21C
  • Bharat Petroleum Pump in Sector 21
  • Bharat Petroleum Pump in Sector 9

Dealers- based out in Chandigarh have decided to join all India 24 hours protest in the form of the strike of petrol pumps from the early hours of 12 am on July 13. Oil companies belonging to the public sector that implemented the dynamic daily petrol rating system from June 16 include Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL), Indian Oil and Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited (BPCL).

So if you own a vehicle in Chandigarh and have less fuel remaining in it, then rush to the nearest petrol pump and get it refilled before the midnight.

Source: timesofindia.indiatimes.com

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