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Haryana Petrol Pumps Strike: All petrol pumps in Haryana are closed today, now petrol and diesel will be available only after 6 am tomorrow

Haryana Petrol Pumps Strike: Haryana Petrol-Diesel Dealers Association has called for a 24-hour strike from 6 am on Monday to 6 am on Tuesday. Today all the petrol pumps in the state will be closed. In this case you may get into trouble.

Haryana Petrol Pumps Strike: If you live near Gurugram, Faridabad i.e. Delhi in Haryana or do not live near Punjab and Himachal border, then you may have trouble today. We are saying this because petrol pumps are closed in the state today. If you live in border areas, then you can take petrol-diesel from other states, but people living in the interior of the state can definitely face problems for the whole day on Monday.Also Read – School Closed: Schools in Gurugram, Faridabad will remain closed till Wednesday, decision taken due to increasing pollution

In fact, the All Haryana Petrol-Diesel Dealers Association has called for this 24-hour strike on Monday. This 24-hour strike clearly means that all petrol pumps will be closed from 6 am on Monday to 6 am on Tuesday. Petrol pump dealers say that they will continue the strike if their demands are not met. Dealers have also threatened an indefinite strike. Also Read – Sonu Sood said- My sister will try luck in Punjab assembly elections, gave this answer on her own question

What are the dealers’ demands

  1. Ban on sale of fake diesel in the name of bio diesel
  2. VAT on petrol and diesel in the state should be reduced
  3. VAT to be reduced to par with Punjab
  4. The loss caused to the dealers due to reduction in excise duty should be compensated.
  5. Dealer’s commission has not increased since 2017, it should be increased

It is to be known that on November 3, the Central Government had cut the excise duty on petrol and diesel. Excise duty was reduced by Rs 5 on petro and Rs 10 on diesel. Dollars argue that they have a stock of about 40 thousand liters of diesel and 20 thousand liters of petrol at the petrol pump. Due to the sudden reduction in excise duty, every petrol pump operator with this stock has suffered a loss of up to Rs 5 lakh. Petrol pump operators want to compensate for its loss. Also Read – Highest cut in petrol prices in Punjab, Diesel prices in Ladakh reduced the most; Know what is your price here


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