Petrol dealers in AP not to buy petrol on October 1, 2
16th September 2012 11:04 PM
In a bid to press for their demand to increase the commission, petrol dealers in Andhra Pradesh have decided not to buy petrol from petroleum companies on October 1 and 2.
A spokesman of the AP Petrol Dealers Association said that it has become uneconomical to maintain petrol stations owing to sharp rise in expenses on various heads.
The decision of the petrol dealers is expected to hit supply of petrol in the state on those two days.
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