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Police start monitoring gas depots

BHAKTAPUR: Police have started monitoring gas depots after Bhaktapur district still witnessed cooking gas shortage even after border blockade imposed by India has already been lifted.

Mobilising a special team, police have started collecting details of gas cylinders received at gas suppliers and depots for the past two months and distributed by them.

According to Chief at the Metropolitan Police Range, Superintendent of Police, Kiran Bajracharya, said that police started collecting details as per the direction of Metropolitan Police Commissioner’s Office on the basis of complaint of consumers that they could not get gas cylinder even after its regular supply.

Bajracharya said that they have directed all subordinate bodies to submit the details of gas suppliers and depots of their working areas and to control black marketing of cooking gas carrying out regular monitoring. RSS

Published Date: Saturday, March 26th, 2016 | 09:47 PM

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